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- A Christmas Carol (1938 film) : 1938 film version of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol starring Reginald Owen as Scrooge.
- A Christmas Carol : Popular and now classic novella by Charles Dickens.
- Bleak House : Novel by Charles Dickens which centres on a long-running legal case.
- Charles Darwin : (1809 – 1882) English natural scientist, most famous for proposing the theory of natural selection.
- Charles Frederick Field : (1805-1871?)One of the first detectives of The Metropolitan Police
- Charles Keeping : 20th century British illustrator and children's author
- Christmas : Winter holiday beginning on 25th December; originated as a pagan festival but was adopted by early Christians to observe the birth of Jesus, and today is a major international event regardless of religious background.
- England : The largest and southernmost country in the United Kingdom, and location of the largest city and seat of government, London; population about 51,000,000.
- Film : A visual medium involving the recording and display of images in motion over time, generally by photographic means.
- Galveston : Popular tourist destination in the Gulf of Mexico
- Henry Morley : (15 September 1822 - 1894) English physician and writer on English literature, best known for a ten volume work entitled English Writers (published 1864-94), compiling biographies of notable writers down to the era of Shakespeare.
- Herbert Hoover : US President from 1929 to 1933.
- Howard Vincent : The founder of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Metropolitan Police.
- John Brock : Fictional British secret agent who starred in three 1960s thrillers by Desmond Skirrow.
- John Franklin : (April 15, 1786 - June 11, 1847) British sea captain and Arctic explorer.
- Literature : The profession of “letters” (from Latin litteras), and written texts considered as aesthetic and expressive objects.
- London : Capital city of the United Kingdom (pop. 7,556,900).
- McGuffey Readers : A set of highly influential school textbooks used in the 19th and early 20th centuries in the elementary grades in the United States.
- Novel : A work of prose fiction of extended length.
- Oscar Wilde : (1854–1900) Irish poet, author, and playwright; wrote The Picture of Dorian Gray.
- Reading (performance) : An oral presentation of a written work, given in front of an audience.
- Royal Gallery of Illustration : 19th century 500 seat performance venue located at 14 Regent Street near Waterloo place in London, home to a wide variety of theatrical entertainments, including numerous moving panoramas, dioramas, and lectures.
- Scrooge (1935 film) : 1935 film directed by Henry Edwards featuring Seymour Hicks as Ebenezer Scrooge, and was the first sound version of the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol.
- Scrooge (1951 film) : The 1951 version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol featuring Alistair Sim.
- Stephen Leacock : (1869-1944) A Canadian author and political economist.
- Stroke : A sudden loss of brain function due to interrupted blood supply.
- The Frozen Deep : A play, originally staged as an amateur theatrical, written by Wilkie Collins along with the substantial guidance of Charles Dickens.
- The Signal-Man : Ghost story by Charles Dickens, published 1866
- Unitarianism : A theology of God which insists that there is only one divine person, one of the tenets of the Unitarian Universalist Association
- United Kingdom : Constitutional monarchy which includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.