A Christmas Carol
Updated: 12/18/2019
A Christmas Carol
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  • "I wish to be left alone. I help and support establishments, and if people are that bad, then they can go there."
  • "We were wondering if you would like to donate to the Poor and Destitute."
  • "The Ghost will meet you at one o'clock."
  • "Jacob Marley!"
  • "Thank you for picking me up."
  • "Dad wants you back home."
  • This businessman came to ask Scrooge to donate. Scrooge donates to prisons, Union workhouses, and The Treadmill and the Poor Law.
  • Scrooge's dead friend, Jacob Marley, shows up in his knocker to warn him about the ghosts.
  • I need to change, quickly.
  • Scrooge is getting picked up from his boarding school by his little sister, Fan. She dies when they get older, when she gives birth to his nephew, Fred.
  • Here goes nothing.
  • The Ghosts take Scrooge through different time periods and shows Bob Cratchit, Scrooge's clerk, made a toast to Scrooge but Mrs. Craticht wasn't so pleased.
  • "We do not celebrate someone like him!"
  • Scrooge woke up in his bed from the journeys the Ghosts took him on and realized that the things he does affects others and not himself. One thing was that because he wasn't give Mr. Cratchit a good pay, Tiny Tim, Cratchit's son, dies from his disease.
  • Scrooge realizes that family is important and decides to forgive Fred. On Christmas day, Scrooge makes his way to Fred's home and finally gets the courage to knock. They welcome him with open arms.
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