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):

idea humour wish ebenezer wife martha lane honour wall wandering restless moaning laden lace lying sort heading portly produced pudding four name point perfectly died above sometimes both sharp solitary carried office stopped woman busy outside gone windows ruddy houses opposite mere lived dismal small surely breath answer else finding year dozen holly hearts really bound indeed want cannot angry shook hundreds plenty stop body seeing clearly opinion usual darkness conduct ancient blaze impossible lord fifty touch instead familiar candle suppose promised melancholy dinner evening yard frost particular knocker bold hair wide conscious expected perhaps desire shape noise drew clasped observing standing whether side grave greater wear dreadful forth wore bear glanced iron getting ground water chance remember together joined monstrous faded touched beat running making resolved state hold legs fresh green strangest clear pair wonder anybody thinking either winter several opened near self laughing grew shown alone shaking afraid right certain laid wished happy shadow patient past delight holding easy calling prepared bore meaning born choked caught hurried turn likely stone solemn uncle assure chair finger kissed chuckle

company ghostly raise house clerk phantom jacob spectre former partner second twenty under hanging filled dance plump sister mean stand black tailpiece white pleasant curiously cheerful five marley anything dead piece sole wonderful father taking gentleman turning years known answered hard struck within spoke weather snow less often street dear asked blind along days city although large tried strong nephew ready live world hour work sure below believe bless sound length seven word present something means because help those rather whose window became corner lighted boys next dull gave whom used home rest hung also seen happened beyond part shut look sight taken take close putting power soon deep person chain remembered heard straight felt still raised fell walk replied free began between brought found itself surprise bright curtains strange child words given everything bring best moment streets sitting high mother beneath heartily place show cratchits

christmas first great have this little ghost which shall with each their cratchit tiny things spirit shadows scrooge stave three spirits last went down being nobody against they then fezziwig stood after that took tell said going thing were light heavy left there nothing very been from good upon hand know what about might hands done many even business back must come before would more than other dark never people called ever cold pointed made eyes always could open where over only came children once life such appeared when coming into though better keep hear just quite like every thought door fire much looked master them himself voice face having returned time without your through round merry should among long think another whole give find room these well make some poor full scarcely mind observed enough bell head turned while young will walked knew seemed night behind half held towards passed looking until heart again beside here hope same cried most told laughed away kind peter

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