Today’s episode features a discussion of Charles Dickens’ famous story A Christmas Carol, which is Brandy’s FAVORITE Christmas story. Naturally, Mystie and Pam tried to ruin it for her, but she was undaunted, and thinks you will be, too.




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7 Responses

  • My English family told me that in the 1800’s people would sit around on Christmas Eve and tell ghost stories. I’ve always read this story in that light, as in Dickens is continuing a tradition. It is a great story regardless of that, though. It is still a story of redemption, whether it is blatantly in your face Christian.

    • What an interesting tradition! Even though it’s my favorite Christmas story, I thought it odd that he chose to write a ghost story — but maybe it wasn’t as odd as I thought!

  • Just have to stand up for the comment that they don’t mention Christ. One of my favorite moments in the book and the Patrick Stewart movie version:
    “He told me, coming home, that he hoped the people saw him in the church, because he was a cripple, and it might be pleasant to them Who made the lame beggars walk, and the blind men see.”

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