What does scrooge think about christmas

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A Christmas Carol Quotes by Charles Dickens

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Alastair Sim: Ebenezer Scrooge

Lippincott Company. Where is their office located? Why does Scrooge think Christmas is a "humbug? Hereafter is an abridged version of the first part of " Stave One ," entitled "Marley's Ghost. Marley was dead. There is no doubt whatever about that.

Sign in. Will you profit from what I've shown you of the good in most men's hearts? Ebenezer : I don't know, how can I promise! Spirit of Christmas Present : If it's too hard a lesson for you to learn, then learn this lesson! Spirit of Christmas Present : They are Man's. This boy is Ignorance, this girl is Want. Beware them both, but most of all, beware this boy!

Then he saw his own grave and understood that Christmas was real, so he finally spent some of his money and bought a giant turkey for a disabled child. My assigned passage was the one in which the Ghost of Christmas Past takes Scrooge to revisit a scene from his childhood. I was totally unprepared for how sad it was. The two of them fly out a window in London and arrive at the underheated country schoolroom where Scrooge, as a little boy, has been left alone for Christmas, after all the other boys have gone away on ponies. Then the Ghost shows him some of his favorite literary characters, the ones who kept him company as a child, and he laughs with delight.

Scrooge, grateful for a second chance at his life, sings the praises of the spirits and of Jacob Marley. Upon realizing he has been returned to Christmas morning, Scrooge begins shouting "Merry Christmas! Genuinely over joyed and bubbling with excitement, Scrooge barely takes time to dress and dances while he shaves.
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3 thoughts on “A Christmas Carol Quotes by Charles Dickens

  1. Ebenezer Scrooge: Scrooge is a hard, cold miser who spends his days counting his profits and wishing the world would leave him alone.

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