What is the title of the story 'The Christmas Carol'?
It is The Christmas Carol.
The story is called "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.
The book is called A Christmas Carol. It was written by Charles Dickens.
Yes. The story was based on staves which is a musical term. Dickens explains he wanted the story to be reminiscent of a well remembered and loved Christmas song (carol). The story remains one of the most popular of the season.
What is the title of the Christmas story about businessman Ebenezer Scrooge who changes his miserly ways after being visit by ghostly being Christmas eve?
A christmas carol
In 1843 Charles Dickens began to publish annual Christmas stories What was the title of the first one?
The first story in Dickens' Christmas stories was A Christmas Carol.
Dickens called his story A Christmas Carol because he expected the story to be repeated over time and shared together with people just as the singing of Christmas carol would spread joy and would have brought families together each season throughout Britain. His carol was a song of praise of the Christmas season, the highlighting of those less fortunate and of the redemption of Ebenezer Scrooge.
a Christmas carol is relevant today because Charles dickens tries to get the poor some respect and also he wrote the title to cheer people up and it is meant to be a ghost story
Charles Dickens uses staves throughout the story to give the readers a more condensed feeling of christmas which shows us joy and happiness, both things that scrooge does not have. Also i elaborates on the title A christmas carol to give it the Carol theme of the story...i think...i hope that helps though
A Christmas Carol was the only name used by Dickens
Dickens based on on Christmas Carols that are sung every year and felt his little ghost story would be read the same
Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol.
The word Christmas is a proper noun, the word carol is a common noun; the compound noun Christmas carol is a proper noun. "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens is a proper noun, a title.
A Christmas Carol in Prose: Being a Ghost Story of Christmas
Dickens called his story "A Christmas Carol" because its claimed he expected the story to be repeated and shared and it would bring people together just as the singing of Christmas carols would spreading joy and brining families together each season throughout London. His carol was a song of praise of the Christmas season and of the redemption of Mr Ebenezer Scrooge.In keeping with the title Dickens called the five chapters of the book "staves."… Read More
Dickens called his story "A Christmas Carol" because its claimed he expected the story to be repeated and shared and it would bring people together just as the singing of Christmas carols would spreading joy and brining families together each season throughout London. His carol was a song of praise of the Christmas season and of the redemption of Mr Ebenezer Scrooge. In keeping with the title Dickens called the five chapters of the book… Read More
The story commences Christmas Eve 1843
The title appears to support the construction of the story itself. Dickens wrote the book in "staves" rather than "chapters." Since a stave is a verse of a given song or poem, Dickens seems to have come up with the idea of writing a "carol" related to Christmas, similar to the way musicians write songs about Christmas and call them carols.
A Christmas Carol, :)
Christmas Eve 1843
A christmas carol
A Christmas carol is something happy. Scrooge was changed into a happy man. Hope I Helped. :)
"The Night Before Christmas" is a traditional Christmas story which is written in poem form. "A Christmas Carol" is another traditional Christmas story.
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Yes. The correct title is "Christmas Carroll, Christmas Candi" and is a duet by Carroll Baker and her daughter Candi.
It is both a book and story.
a Christmas carol
by the story A Christmas Carol...
A Christmas Carol
The description of the ghost of Christmas past
Scrooges attitude toward Christmas
London Christmas Eve 1843
Charles Dickens wrote the story, "A Christmas Carol" in 1843. September to November 1843
Marley wasn't in the Christmas Carol, because he died 7 years earlier.
A Christmas Carol
a Christmas carol
Its a Novella
It isn't. The story of the birth of Jesus is the most famous Christmas story. A Christmas Carol is a literature classic. Because Charles Dickens is famous, with so many great books, many of his books become well known.
the story is called "A Christmas Carol" because when a young boy comes up to Scrooge's door and starts singing a Christmas carol, Scrooge threatens to harm him with a ruler. But to answer your question, "carol" means song about Christams.
Dickens places the story in London.
it is related because a Christmas carol is something happy. scrooge was changed into a happy man, a generous man at that.
Dickens, Charles (1812-1870), was a great English novelist and one of the most popular writers of all time. His best-known books include A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, The Pickwick Papers, and A Tale of Two Cities. Charles Dickens wrote the book we know today as A Christmas Carol. It was first published December 19, 1843. Dickens' original title for his book was A Christmas Carol in Prose, Being a Ghost Story… Read More
A stave is a musical term. A Chritmas Carol is a musical piece
The twelve days of Christmas
A Christmas Carol, written by Charles Dickens, was first published in 1843. It first appeared in print Christmas of 1843.
Answer: "A Christmas Carol" was a novel by the author Charles Dickens. Novels are fiction, which means they are not true stories.
"A Christmas Carol" was written by Charles Dickens, in English. Is was by the way not a poem but a short story.
A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens