175 years of 'A Christmas Carol'

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175 years of 'A Christmas Carol'

Today marks the 175th anniversary since the publication of 'A Christmas Carol', and to celebrate the very first edition of the book has gone on display at the 'Philip Mould and Company gallery' on Pall Mall.

Lucinda Dickens Hawksley, the great great great-Granddaughter of Charles Dickens spoke to London Live about the the significance of the novel today. 

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