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A Christmas Carol

Title:A Christmas Carol
Author: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870
Christmas stories
London (England) -- Fiction
Misers -- Fiction
Poor families -- Fiction
Sick children -- Fiction
Ghost stories
Scrooge, Ebenezer (Fictitious character) -- Fiction
Book id:46

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