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Cancel Submit. USD 0. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift. It is the fifth and last of Dickens's Christmas novellas.

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The story is more about the spirit of the holidays than about the holidays themselves, harking back to the first in the series, A Christmas Carol. The tale centres on a Professor Redlaw and those close to him. Product Details About the Author. About the Author.


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    The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain by Charles Dickens (Free Audio Book in British English)

    And Dickens wrote more than one of them for the holidays: " A Christmas Carol " which everyone knows " The Chimes " which, as I said last year, makes Cormac McCarthy look cheerful and bright " The Cricket on the Hearth " very sentimental, but it has its moments " The Battle of Life " only the Victorians would have swallowed this tale of unrequited requited love It has what is perhaps the first experiment in memory erasure in literature, which makes it a forerunner of Charlie Kaufman's "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind".

    Although in this case, it isn't love that makes our self-induced amnesiac go for the darkness. Redlaw, brilliant professor of chemistry, comes back from his overflowing lecture halls to his lonely abode and sits and broods among his beakers about the endless, unbearable wrongs that have been done to him.

    Depressive, full of resentments, letting his mind feed and fester on them like rats in the walls, Mr. Redlaw is ripe to the point of rotten for any promise to get his own back. And what comes, well - here's Dickens: Christmas Eve!


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    No chains clanking, no wailing in the hallways - but on the wall, where Milly Swidger his landlady put it , "the healthy holly withered on the wall, and dropped—dead branches. Forget the sorrow, wrong, and trouble you have known! Is it done?

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    What shall I lose, if I assent to this? What else will pass from my remembrance? Those will go. The Phantom held its peace. But having stood before him, silent, for a little while, it moved towards the fire; then stopped. If, living here alone, I have made too much of all that was and might have been, and too little of what is, the evil, I believe, has fallen on me, and not on others. But, if there were poison in my body, should I not, possessed of antidotes and knowledge how to use them, use them? If there be poison in my mind, and through this fearful shadow I can cast it out, shall I not cast it out?

    All human memory is fraught with sorrow and trouble. My memory is as the memory of other men, but other men have not this choice. Yes, I close the bargain.