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A Christmas Carol is told in third-person narration from the omniscient perspective of an unnamed narrator.
A Christmas Carol is narrated in past tense.
A Christmas carol is a joyful song about the Christmas season. To continue the carol metaphor, Dickens divides the novella into staves rather than chapters; stave is another word for staff, the five parallel lines on which musical notes are written.
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