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A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens Contents Preface Marley's Ghost The First of the Three Spirits The Second of the Three Spirits The Last of the Spirits The End of It

Carol Burnett

Carol Burnett hosted one of the most popular comedy shows on television, The Carol Burnett Show, from 1967 to 1978. A "variety hour" that was mostly comedy, the show featured the red-headed and rubbe…

Christmas Carols

Songs for religious and secular Christmas carolers alike by Liz Olson Related Links Christmas TraditionsChristmas Traditions SlideshowA History…

Carole King

Name at birth: Carole KleinCarole King's vibrant and sentimental album Tapestry (1971) hit number one in the nation, won four Grammys and stayed on the charts for nearly six years. Carole King was al…

Carol Channing

Carol Channing's fame comes from two smashing successes on Broadway: as Lorelei in 1950's Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and as Dolly in 1964's Hello, Dolly!. Although she didn't get the film roles (the rol…

Carole Lombard

Name at birth: Jane Alice PetersCarole Lombard was a top Hollywood star of 1930s screwball comedies -- and the wife of box office idol Clark Gable -- when she was killed in a plane crash in Nevada in …

Carol Heiss

Carol HeissBorn: Jan. 20, 1940Figure skater 5-time world champion (1956-60); won Olympic silver medal in 1956 and gold in '60; married 1956 men's gold medalist Hayes Jenkins; starred in the mo…

Walt Whitman: These Carols

These CarolsThese carols sung to cheer my passage through the world I see, For completion I dedicate to the Invisible World.

Carol Burnett Biography

Carol Burnettcomedienne, actressBorn: 4/26/1933Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas Emmy Award-winning television, film and stage comedienne. She starred in the Carol Burnett Show (1967–78) and appea…

Carol Ann Duffy

Carol Ann Duffy is a Scottish-Irish poet who became the United Kingdom's first woman Poet Laureate in 2009. She studied philosophy at Liverpool University and earned a degree in 1977. After writing …