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It’s beginning to look a lot like Dickens!

ASA BAKER-ROUSE, a senior at Middlebury Union High School, plays one of Bob Cratchit’s sons in the classic Dickens tale “A Christmas Carol.” This year’s production by Middlebury Acting Company will open on the Town Hall Theater stage in Middlebury Dec. 1. INDEPENDENT PHOTO / STEVE JAMES

From the magical moment just before Christmas of 1843 when Charles Dickens released his novella “A Christmas Carol,” it was an instant bestseller.

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