Ebenezer Scrooge (Remastered 2nd Edition)

63 minutes

Every day of the holiday season, there is probably someone in your neighborhood watching or reading some version of A Christmas Carol. If you think about it, that means we probably see early Victorian England as often as any other time period. What has kept the story so vital? And how did a young Charles Dickens engender so much empathy for such a miserable man? 

This is a remastered 2nd edition of Iconography episode 3, with additional bonus content created in December 2021. To hear the original 1st edition, produced and published in December 2016, go here.

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