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The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Scene 1: The Exchange
Scene 2: Old Joe Shop
The Ghost of Yet to Come was silent and wearing black. He only pointed to Scrooge and did not speak a word. He symbolizes fear and death.
Scene 3: Scrooge's Bedroom
The three fat men were talking about Scrooge's death and did not care about his death. They said that the funeral would be cheap and empty just like Scrooge.
Scene 4: Tiny Tim's Bedroom
The maid and housekeeper stole Scrooge's things justifying their wrong actions saying that he was mean to them when he was alive. (Deformation of values)
Scene 5: Graveyard
Scrooge's room was gloomy. There was a cold, rigid dead body on the bed with no one around.
Tiny Tim's room was bright and Bob Cratchit was there crying over the loss of his precious son.
Scrooge saw his name written on the gravestone which made him regret all his previous actions. He felt regretful and wanted to change to avoid having a terrible destiny.