Spirit, take me where you will. let me learn from you
Look upon me! You and I will go and see things as they are now.
Mother, there never was such a grand goose as this!
will tiny tim live?
so excited over a small goose!
Its all that they can afford. They are a poor family!
this is the house of your own clerk, Bob Cratchit.
if he countinues like this, no.
Ghost of the future, i fear you most!
Are you the ghost of christmas yet to come?
the clock strikes two
They are suddenly in a graveyard.
whose funeral is this? Why is no one here to mourn? did anyone care for this person?
Scrooge walks home horrified after this and goes back to bed
Scene 5 When Scrooge awakens the next morning, he goes outside to talk to a little boy.
The clock strikes three and a new ghost appears
The one that´s as big as i am?
After this the spirit vanishes into the night.
NO, spirit! Can i erase the name upon this stone? I am no longer the person i have been! From this night on i will be a generous man. I will honour Christmas with all my heart!
What day is it today, my fine fellow?
I haven´t missed it, thank goodness! Do you know the prize turkey hanging in the butchers window?
Today? Why, it´s Christmas day!
Mr Scrooge certainly learned a lesson that Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day he doubled Cratchit´s salary and told him that little Tim would have whatever he needed to get well. From that day on, Ebenezer Scrooge was a totally different man. THE END
The Cratchits won´t know who sent it. And then I must join my nephew for dinner. oh, joy!
Yes, that one. I´ll pay you to go buy it and have it brought to Bob Cratchit´s house.