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Shouldn't be much of a trip. With fifteen Bob a week,how far off can it be?
Scrooge-Christmas Present, did you say? Second Spirit-I did Scrooge-Then we are traveling here? In this town? London? Just down there?
Scrooge-Then we could walk? Your flying is... well to sudden for an old man. Well? Second Spirit- It's your Christmas,Scrooge; I'm only a guide Scrooge-Then we can walk (The spirit nods) Where are you guiding me to? Bob-Cratchit's Scrooge-My clerk?
Mrs.Cratchit-singing When you wake,you shall have all the pretty little horse,Black and bays,dapples and grays All the pretty horses. To sleep, all of you. Christmas tomorrow (She kisses all of
As good as gold and better. He told me,coming home,that he hoped the people saw him in church because he was a cripple and might be pleasant to them to remember upon Christmas Day who made the lame to walk and blind to see.
Second Spirit- You did want to talk to him? (Scrooge pauses, uncertain how to answer.)Don't worry Scrooge,you won''t have to Scrooge-(trying to change the subject,to cover up his error.)Shouldn't be much of a trip. With fifteen Bob a week,how far off can it be?
(The second spirit and Scrooge enter.) Mrs.Cratchit feels a sudden draft.) Oh the wind. (She gets up to shut the door.)
Scrooge and the spirit start off the curb when a funeral procession enters with a child's coffin,followed by the poorhouse children who are singing. Seated on top of the coffin is a little girl. She and Scrooge looked at one and other.
"A world away, Scrooge, at least that far."
She kissed them and goes to Bob Cratchit,who is by the hearth.)How did our little tiny Tim behave
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