Scrooge, Three Ghosts, And A Timeless Benedictionmore
By BART, MELILNDA and MARY BARTLETT WHITEMAN
December 05, 2004
If ever there is a hall of fame for stories that are most frequently adapted, re-told, re-investigated, most beloved, and beyond the ability of re-interpreters to do permanent damage to it, Dickens’ slim-volumed holiday tale, seemingly out of place among the massive tomes that comprise his body of work, stands among the top five of all time. I think we can safely look forward to even more versions down the road.