A Christmas Carol By: Brooke Smith

A Christmas Carol By: Brooke Smith

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  • "You are the third spirit. The Ghost of Christmas yet to come."
  • "An' time for it, too; ain't been alive in deed for half of his life."
  • "Poor ole' Scrooge 'has met 'is end.
  • "And he took a child and set him in the mist of them"
  • The light tires my eyes so. They are better now.
  • Scrooge was entirely alone for a long moment. Suddenly he stops and sees the third spirit.
  • "How is the coat coming?"
  • "Nearly done."
  • "Good, maybe it will be done by Sunday!"
  • The third spirit takes Scrooge to the kitchen. The two cooks doesn't realize that he's there.
  • "Sunday? then you went today, Robert?"
  • The spirit directs his attention to the Cratchit house. The children are sitting together, while Mrs. Cratchit is sewing a coat.
  • "He died, no no."
  • Mrs. Cratchit hear Bob Cratchit enter the house. And he greets the children.
  • Bob and Mrs. Cratchit keeps talking about the coat.
  • Scrooge realizes that Tiny Tim is dead he takes a step back and the spirit is gone.
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