Scrooge doesn't even have to await his final Ghost, because he is right next to him draped in all black like a death omen. He doesn't speak the only thing he does is point. Scrooge saw himself dead in the future and he realizes that people are not sad he is dead people are sad that he is dead they are happy. Scrooge learns a valuable lesson and pledges to " Honor Christmas in my heart, an try to keep it all year. I will live in the past, present, and future. ( Dickens, 663)
In Stave One of Christmas Carol Scrooge was the mean man that everybody was afraid of. " Even the blind men's dog appeared to know him; and, when they saw him coming on, would tug their owners into doorways and up courts." (Dickens, 621)
In the last Stave Scrooge completely changes his personality, he his know the merry man on the street spreading holiday cheer. But most of all he gave Bob Cratchit a big raise and Christmas off. He became like a second father you Tiny time who ended up living. So everything worked out in the end for everybody.
In Stave 2 of Christmas Carol Scrooge is expecting to meet 3 ghost according to Marley. Later that night at midnight to be precise Scrooge meets his first ghost, the Ghost of Christmas past. He takes Scrooge on many sad and some happy places in Scrooge's life. " Why it's Good old Fezziwig! Bless his heart, it's Fezziwig alive again." ( Dickens, 636) This shows that Scrooge has had good memories and had people he could rely on.
In Stave Three Scrooge is awaiting his next ghost... The ghost of Christmas Present. In This stave stave 3 Scrooge begins to realize that some of his decisions affect other people's lives for instance the Cratchits. " If these Shadows remain unaltered by the Future, the child will die." ( Dickens, 648) The ghost is talking about Tiny Tim. His family is poor so they can't get any treatment. Scrooge begins to realize that he should be helping Bob by giving him raise and letting hi have more family time.
This is all my fault.
A Christmas Carol Story Board By: Luke Arnpriester