From A Christmas Carol & Other Christmas Books, by Charles Dickens, Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst
"Reproduced so often, and in so many different forms, it has become as much a part of Christmas as mince pies or turkey, with the key difference that, as Martin Heidegger argued was true of all classic works, it has never been 'used up.'"
From the Introduction
Monday, December 6, 2010
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Labels: A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, Christmas, Daily Dose, Martin Heidegger, Quotations, Robert Douglas-Fairhurst
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