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  • I am.
  • Are you the spirit whose coming was foretold to me?
  • Dear Fan.
  • Come with me now.
  • Mr. Fezziwig you are a wonderful master.
  • Yo ho! my boys no more work tonight Christmas eve!
  • Scrooge is in his room and hears a bell ring and the clock tower saying that time was flying by. Then the first spirit shows up in Scrooge's room and says that he is the spirit of Christmas past. The spirit takes scrooge to his child hood.
  • May you be happy in the life you have chosen.
  • The spirit takes Scrooge to the time when all the other kids were going home for the holiday. Fan, Scrooge's sister, shows up to take Scrooge home for the holidays. But before Scrooge gets to see them go and be happy the spirit takes him to another time.
  • I am your mistakes Scrooge, all the thing you could have done and did not.
  • The spirit has taken Scrooge to a Christmas where Scrooge was apprenticing under Mr. Fezziwig. Mr. Fezziwig is throwing a Christmas eve party. Scrooge and his friend Dick are helping him get it ready.
  • The spirit shows Ebenezer a time when he was dancing with a girl he likes, but Scrooge makes a bad decision and the girl runs away from him. In this Scrooge learns that he could have had an amazing life with this girl if he had done things differently.
  • The spirit has taken Scrooge back, and explains how different his life could have been. Scrooge excepts he did things the way he did and wants him to leave. The spirit offers to show him one more Christmas when Marley dies and Scrooge says no.
  • The spirit has left Scrooge in his room to the fate of the next spirit to come. Scrooge is waiting and pondering how good and joyful his life could have been if he had done things differently. As he is thinking the next spirit shows up.
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