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Scrooge Sees Marley's Face in the Door Knocker

Scrooge Sees Marley's Face in the Door Knocker Visual Arts Victorian Age Famous People Fiction

Arriving home, on Christmas Eve, Ebenezer Scrooge plans to spend the night like he spends most of his nights ... alone.

Then he senses the strangest thing.  Instead of the knocker on his door, Scrooge sees the face of his dead partner, Jacob Marley.


Media Credits

Image entitled “Marley’s Face,” scanned from Dickens, Charles.  A Christmas Carol — A Ghost Story of Christmas. Il. Sol Eytinge, Jr. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1868.  The illustration, based on a wood engraving by Solomon Eytinge, Jr. (1833-1905), appears at page 22 of the referenced work.

The image was placed online, courtesy Victorian Web and Philip V. Allingham, Contributing Editor, Canada; Associate Professor, Lakehead University.


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