Word Cloud for "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.

Word Cloud for "A Christmas Carol"



This book was authored by Charles Dickens. (1812 - 1870)

Area, genre or subject: Scrooge, Ebenezer (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.






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The Bag of Words In "A Christmas Carol" (Main Words):


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ghostly raise stave second marley dead piece sole wonderful father taking gentleman turning years known hard struck within spoke weather snow less often nobody street dear asked woman along days city although large clerk white tried strong nephew ready live world hour work sure pleasant believe bless sound length thing seven word something under means because help rather whose window became lighted boys next dull gave whom home hung black also seen happened used beyond part shut look sight taken take close putting power soon person chain remembered heard straight phantom felt still side raised fell walk spectre replied free began between brought found itself bright curtains tell strange child words former given everything bring moment streets sitting high fezziwig mother beneath heartily company place show peter plump

christmas being ghost have this little which shall with each their first three spirits last scrooge good upon anything hand that what there about might been hands done will were know many even business very back must nothing come going before would more than other after dark never people called from ever cold pointed made eyes always could open where over only they came children once life such appeared when coming into then though better keep hear just quite light like every thought door house fire much looked master them himself voice face having returned time without your through round against said merry should things long think another went whole give find left room these well make some poor down full scarcely mind those observed enough bell head great turned while young walked took knew seemed night behind half held towards heavy passed looking until spirit among again beside here hope same cried most told stood laughed shadows heart away kind cratchit cratchits tiny



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