A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol
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  • Scrooge dislikes Christmas.
  • Come to Christmas dinner uncle Scrooge. We want you.
  • No. Christmas is a waste of time. good evening.
  • Marley's ghost visits Scrooge.
  • You died seven years ago! I refuse to believe this is real.
  • You need to be a good person, don't be like me. These spirits will visit you.
  • Ghost of Christmas past visits.
  • Take me away! I can't stand this any longer stand watching!
  • Take care of my son...
  • When Scrooge's nephew visits Scrooge and invites him to dinner despite how cruel he is, it shows Scrooge has no room in his heart, even for his nephew.
  • Ghost of Christmas present visits.
  • Merry Christmas!
  • When Marley's ghost visits Scrooge, he tries to get Scrooge to understand the meaning of Christmas by dragging sending the ghosts of past, present, and future to him. Scrooge doesn't believe him, and goes to bed.
  • Ghost of Christmas future visits.
  • They all hate me!
  • The ghost of Christmas past visits Scrooge first and takes him to past events in order to reconnect him with his feelings. He sees things like his sister dying, his wife leaving him, and Marley dying. Scrooge began to see what the cause of his hatred for Christmas was.
  • Scrooge finally changes.
  • The ghost of Christmas present visits Scrooge next and takes him to Cratchit's home and family. Scrooge sees how happy everyone is even though they don't have that much money, and it shows Scrooge you don't need money to buy happiness. Scrooge realizes
  • When Scrooge sees into the future, he watches as he dies, and nobody seems to care about him except for wen they want money. Scrooge finally starts to see where he went wrong in life, and wants to change
  • After Scrooge wakes up, he realizes everything he was doing was wrong. He buys a turkey for the Cratchit family, and gives Bob Cratchit a raise instead of punishing him for being late. Scrooge goes to his nephew's Christmas dinner and apologizes for being so awful. Scrooge doesn't want to end up like Marley and he ends up changing entirely, from a selfish man to a giving kind man. 
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