By Charles Dickens
Enriched Classics provide readers obtainable variants of significant works of literature more suitable via worthy notes and remark. every one booklet comprises academic instruments along the textual content, allowing scholars and readers alike to achieve a deeper and extra constructed knowing of the author and their work.
In this vintage, heart-warming story, 4 ghostly visitors educate worthwhile classes to an outdated miser. Ebenezer Scrooge, a egocentric, crotchety skinflint, spends his days counting funds and grousing, “Bah Humbug!” Scrooge doesn’t deal with an individual except himself. despite the fact that, on Christmas Eve, he's visited by means of his associate Marley, and the Ghosts of Christmas prior, Christmas current, and yuletide but to come back, who train him approximately benevolence, charity, and goodwill.
Enriched Classics improve your engagement via introducing and explaining the ancient and cultural value of the paintings, the author’s own heritage, and what impression this publication had on next scholarship. each one e-book comprises dialogue questions that aid make clear and toughen significant topics and interpreting strategies for additional research.
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