Charles Dickens’ Christmas Carol Webography
A list of web sites means very little! It’s only a beginning and choosing the right sites to read and follow through on can
be difficult. Choose well and you gain, choose badly and you spend some time wondering why you came here! Look at the links; they are in alphabetical order, but also look at the sites in terms of what they might indicate, i.e. Book Reviews, Historical or Geographical Background, Educational Sites, School Sites, VCE sites, YouTube, MP3, Interviews with Authors, etc.
A comprehensive overview (useful for revision!) can be found here – 30 minutes well spent if you challenge yourself:
All can be very useful but much depends on you and your interest(s) and how far you want to interpret Dickens’ story.
If you have read the novella, make sure that you take notes on each chapter, and then use the links below to build your knowledge and vocabulary. Keep noting … there are no shortcuts!
You might like to try this test even before you have read the book: http://learnink.info/xmas2013/
Similarly, if you would like to read the original manuscript: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/30368/30368-h/30368-h.htm
Christmas Carol Webography