4 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for ACHRISTMASCAROL.
|Wednesday, December 23, 2015||36A||Novella whose final words are found in the shaded squares||Jim Peredo|
|Friday, December 25, 2009||10D||1843 work in five "staves"||Paula Gamache|
|Wednesday, December 21, 2005||38A||Classic Dickens title (from whose 10 letters this puzzle was constructed)||David J. Kahn|
|Friday, September 18, 1998||49A||Holiday airing||Frank Longo|
10 results for ACHRISTMASCAROL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sunday, December 20, 1992||9D||It starts with "Marley was dead . . . "||John M. Samson||Maleska|
|Wednesday, December 25, 1991||17A||Seasonal TV offering||Nancy Scandrett Ross||Maleska|
|Monday, December 25, 1989||17A||Dickens work||Nancy Joline||Maleska|
|Monday, July 2, 1984||17A||It begins: "Marley was dead . . . "||Irene Smullyan||Maleska|
|Monday, December 25, 1978||17A||Dickens classic||C. J. Angio||Maleska|
|Saturday, December 24, 1977||7D||It begins: "Marley was dead . . . "||C. J. Angio||Maleska|
|Monday, March 10, 1975||56A||Bob and Tim's story||Dorothy N. Davis||Weng|
|Sunday, December 4, 1966||6D||Seasonal reading.||Anne Fox||Farrar|
|Saturday, September 4, 1954||7D||Memorable story of 1843.||Isaac Kert||Farrar|
|Monday, December 29, 1952||17A||Popular story of 1843.||Unknown||Farrar|