A Christmas Carol written by a world famous writer Charles Dickens. This short story has be created into a number of movie adaptions such as A Flintstones Christmas Carol which is an adaption of A Christmas Carol. There are many reasons why this short story is timeless.
The first reason is that the story is relatable. There are some people in this world who know people who are selfish and are grumpy during the holiday season. The social classes of A Christmas Carol is also very relatable because there are those in today's society who are either in the upper, middle or lower classes. This structure of this short story of the struggle between the upper and lower class is a true struggle that was seen in the times of Charles Dickens and in today's society.
The second thing that makes A Christmas Carol timeless is the simplicity and complexity of the short story. Charles Dickens created a story that not only had a moral to it, but it also was very multilayered. Even though A Christmas Carol is a short story, there is a lot of elements packed into it. The different movie adaptations also show and leave out different parts of the story depending on its audience. Seeing a movie adaptation before reading the short story will help the reader to understand the story a little better because some parts of A Christmas Carol are a little difficult to follow.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is a wonderful and timeless novel that is a lot better than any of the movie adaptations. The scenes in written in a lot of detail so the reader can understand and imagine the scenes in their heads. This is a great novel for the Christmas and holiday season for many readers alike.