Christmas Stories From 'Household Words' And 'All The Year Round' cover

Christmas Stories From 'Household Words' And 'All The Year Round'

Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

1. Bibliographical Note
2. A Christmas Tree
3. What Christmas Is As We Grow Older
4. The Poor Relation's Story
5. The Child's Story
6. The Schoolboy's Story
7. Nobody's Story
8. The Seven Poor Travelers
9. The Holly Tree, Three Branches Part 1
10. The Holly Tree, Three Branches Part 2
11. The Wreck Of The Golden Mary Part 1
12. The Wreck Of The Golden Mary Part 2
13. The Peril Of Certain English Prisoners Part 1
14. The Peril Of Certain English Prisoners Part 2
15. The Peril Of Certain English Prisoners Part 3
16. The Peril Of Certain English Prisoners Part 4
17. Going Into Society
18. The Haunted House Part 1
19. The Haunted House Part 2
20. A Message From The Sea Part 1
21. A Message From The Sea Part 2
22. Tom Tiddler's Ground Part 1
23. Tom Tiddler's Ground Part 2
24. Somebody's Luggage Part 1
25. Somebody's Luggage Part 2
26. Somebody's Luggage Part 3
27. Mrs. Lirriper's Lodging Part 1
28. Mrs. Lirriper's Lodging Part 2
29. Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy Part 1
30. Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy Part 2
31. Dr. Marigold Part 1
32. Dr. Marigold Part 2
33. Mugby Junction Part 1
34. Mugby Junction Part 2
35. Mugby Junction Part 3
36. Mugby Junction Part 4
37. Mugby Junction Part 5
38. No Thoroughfare Part 1
39. No Thoroughfare Part 2
40. No Thoroughfare Part 3
41. No Thoroughfare Part 4
42. No Thoroughfare Part 5
43. No Thoroughfare Part 6
44. No Thoroughfare Part 7
45. No Thoroughfare Part 8
46. No Thoroughfare Part 9
47. No Thoroughfare Part 10

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Summary

Twenty stories originally published in the Christmas editions of the magazines “Household Words” and “All The Year Round”. Some of the stories have little holiday sentiment and exhibit much of the indignation Dickens felt at the social and economic injustices of his day. Some of the stories were written in collaboration with other authors. The editor of this volume chose to omit those other chapters and include only Dickens' work. The result is that some of the stories are a bit choppy, not to say confusing.