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A CHRISTMAS CAROL

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9781912714704
28,00 лв.
Chiltern creates the most beautiful editions of the World's finest literature. Your favorite classic titles in a way you have never seen them before: the tactile layers, fine details and beautiful colors of these remarkable covers make these books feel extra special and look striking on any shelf. This hardcover book has a matching blank lined journal (sold separately). They make a great gift when paired together but are also just as beautiful on their own.
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Автор Charles Dickens
Страници 112
Корица твърда
Език английски
Година 2020
Дата на получаване 19.12.2020 г.
Издателство Chiltern Publishing
ID на книга 56621470
ISBN 9781912714704
Категории Световна класика
Книги на английски език
Нови книги
Златна класика
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Световна класика на английски език

Chiltern creates the most beautiful editions of the World's finest literature. Your favorite classic titles in a way you have never seen them before: the tactile layers, fine details and beautiful colors of these remarkable covers make these books feel extra special and look striking on any shelf. This hardcover book has a matching blank lined journal (sold separately). They make a great gift when paired together but are also just as beautiful on their own.

A Christmas Carol tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge.

On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of Marley, his former business partner. Marley's selfishness condemned him to misery in the afterlife, and he warns that Scrooge faces a similar fate. Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come. They force Scrooge to examine his life, reminding him of those he once loved and opening his eyes to the suffering caused by his lack of sympathy. Scrooge emerges from this experience a transformed man, committed to living with generosity and love.

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