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You will be haunted by three spirits...expect the first tomorrow when the bell tolls one, the second on the next night at the same hour, the third upon the next night when the last stroke of twelve has ended...
Is that the chance...... spirits mean nothing to me ...
This scene is very important. One reason why it is important is because it foreshows the event that will occur and that Scrooge will listen to the spirits, and become a better man because of them even though he says he doesn't believe in them. Also this scene introduces the conflict and is the inciting incident.
I'll send it to Bob Cratchit's. He shan't know who sends it. It's twice the size of Tiny Tim and such a Christmas dinner it will make.
My dear sir I don't know what I can say to such generosity
If you please, not a penny less. A great many back payments are included in it, I assure you. Will you do me that favor?...Thank'ee I am a much obliged to you.I thank you fifty times . God bless you and Merry Christmas.
These two acts from Scene 6 are very important because it shows how Scrooge has changed. It shows how he changed from a mean, cheap man to a very generous nice man who believes in the spirit of Christmas. It shows this because before he had changed the way he was he told Mr. Crachit that if he wanted the rest of Christmas Eve off he would have to come in early the next morning, and he often gave Crratchit a hard time . Then once he had changed he bought Cratchits family an expensive turkey to feast on for Christmas. Another example is before he had changed the way he is he told the gentleman visitor who was helping raise money for the poor that he did not want to contribute. But after he had changed the way he is he gives him a huge contribution.
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