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Context for A Christmas Carol

Single group class session covering key context for A Christmas Carol

  • 12 British pounds
  • Online (Lessonspace)

Service Description

This class offers key context for Charles Dickens’ 1843 novella A Christmas Carol. Students will gain an understanding of what life was like for the rich and the poor in Victorian London and receive the detailed presentation, after the class has been completed, to keep for their own revision. The class covers the rich context of the Victorian world, Dickens’ own life, his intentions for writing the novella, and the importance of his 1843 preface. It covers such topics as Victorian London, Industrial Revolution, child labour, the Poor Laws, workhouses, public health, and Christianity.


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule you must give more than 24hrs notice.


Contact Details

07873559629

cantocruncher@gmail.com

Online Tutor North Somerset, UK


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Group Classes

Group classes boost students' knowledge in a supportive and engaging, online environment.

£12 per session (class lengths vary)

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Private Tuition

Personalised 1 to 1 tuition: the learning experience is tailored to your individual requirements.

£40 session (weekly or bi-weekly)

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Free Consultation

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Free (15 minutes initial call)

The way this works...

Once you have signed up you'll receive:

✓ email confirmation &  your Lessonspace link

✓ an experienced, engaging tutor

✓ a focused group learning environment

✓ the opportunity to ask questions

✓ post-class emails containing everything studied in each class

✓ a passionate, patient tutor who is only an email away

✓ most importantly, new knowledge!

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