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Neil Gaiman Reads “A Christmas Carol”

Neil Gaiman, one of the great writers of our day, made a special appearance at the New York Public Library — in period dress, no less — to read Charles Dickens’ classic story, A Christmas Carol in front of a live audience. Besides Gaiman’s delightful demeanor and fluid reading style, it’s a delight to hear this classic 1843 text delivered the way Dickens intended — from the author’s personal “prompt copy,” annotated directions and all.

On this Christmas eve, take an hour to listen with your family and friends on the HiFi. It’s an absolute treat.

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