A Christmas Carol
Updated: 12/18/2019
A Christmas Carol
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  • When the bell tolls one, you'll be visited by a spirit.
  • This could've been us
  • I saw Scrooge in his office today.
  • Martha, go check the potatoes please.
  • The fire starts to burst as the ghost of Jacob Marley enters the room to warn Scrooge. The chains of Marley symbolize guilt, each chain represents each sin of Marley.
  • Christmas won't be the same without Tiny Tim
  • The Ghost of Christmas Past shows Scrooge his ex-fiance Bella with her husband. She left him on Christmas because she says money and success has changed him. Scrooge gets upset because he sees the life he could've had.
  • OF COURSE THE WONDERFUL SPIRITS DID IT ALL IN ONE DAY!!
  • Ghost of Christmas Present takes Scrooge to see the Cratchit family. Scrooge sees the family happily shoveling snow. Scrooge sees Tiny Tim and feels guilty. At dinner, Scrooge is thanked by the Cratchits for giving Bob work.
  • I'M OFFERING YOU A RAISE!
  • Scrooge is taken to the streets by the Ghost of Christmas Future and hears people talk about a greedy dead man, who's funeral will be empty. Scrooge also sees the Cratchits mourn Tiny Tim's death. Scrooge realizes the greedy dead man is himself.
  • After the spirits' visits he promises to change and become better. Scrooge is relived to find out that its still Christmas day and he sends a turkey to the Cratchit house. Scrooge musters up enough courage to spend Christmas at his nephew's house.
  • The next day, Bob Crotchet comes to work late. Scrooge gives him a raise to support his family. Scrooge becomes Tint Tim's second father and he lives longer. People enjoyed Scrooge's company. Scrooge never was visited by the spirits again.
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