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A CHRISTMAS CAROL. IN PROSE. BEING. 7>BC (C>AH >5 7A8BC<0B. BY. CHARLES DICKENS. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY JOHN LEECH. 7^WYS`f 7Taa] e. A Christmas Carol by. Charles Dickens. Stave I. "Marley's Ghost". Marley was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his. Download A Christmas Carol free in PDF & EPUB format. Download Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol for your site, tablet, IPAD, PC or.


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That is the reason why he appeared in front of Scrooge — to help him avoid the same gloomy fate, which awaits him if he continues his old ways. He then tells him that during the following three evenings, he will get the visit of three different spirits. Scrooge awakes just before the Ghost of Christmas Past arrives by his side. He looks strange — he has a childlike appearance with a glowing head. He is there to take Scrooge to the Christmases in the past and all the events he has forgotten about.

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Facing his own history, he sheds a few tears and feels moved and regretful, before the ghost takes him back to the present, and into his bed. Next comes the Ghost of Christmas Present, who is a giant dressed in a green fur robe, who takes him around the city to see how Christmas will be celebrated that year. He visits the fest of the Cratchits, and for the first time sees their disabled son called Tiny Tim, and his kind and courageous heart.

He also invisibly attends the Christmas party to which his nephew invited him. Scrooge enjoys these events so much, that he wishes to stay until the very end.

However, as time passes, the Ghost also gets older and sicker.

Finally, toward the end of the day, he shows him the two starving children Want and Ignorance, who live under his coat and make him older. Je is a dark, hooded Ghost that takes him in different places and mysterious situations that are gloomy and dark.

Scrooge is told that the events he sees are connected to the death of an unnamed man. He sees a businessman talking about the reaches the dead man possessed, a few vagabonds trying to capitalize on his death, and a poor family being happy and relieved because of the death of this man, who was their creditor. Scrooge is surprised to his no other but his very own name written on the grave.

In his desperation, he begs the spirit to change his fate and promises to change the way he was leading his life so far. He promises that he will honor Christmas and will become a much better man.

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After saying all of these cries out for help, he finds himself safe in his own bed. Scrooge is joyful that his prayers came true and that he got the chance to change his life and his destiny.

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He wakes up on Christmas Day and immediately goes out wishing to show his Christmas spirit. But he does not do it just that year, but he tries to keep his promise and keep the Christmas spirit alive every year.

An icicle must have got into the works. He touched the spring of his repeater, to correct this most preposterous clock. Its rapid little pulse beat twelve: and stopped.

It isn't possible that anything has happened to the sun, and this is twelve at noon. He was obliged to rub the frost off with the sleeve of his dressing-gown before he could see anything; and could see very little then.

All he could make out was, that it was still very foggy and extremely cold, and that there was no noise of people running to and fro, and making a great stir, as there unquestionably would have been if night had beaten off bright day, and taken possession of the world. This was a great relief, because "Three days after sight of this First of Exchange pay to Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge on his order," and so forth, would have become a mere United States security if there were no days to count by.

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Scrooge went to bed again, and thought, and thought, and thought it over and over, and could make nothing of it.The next night, the third and final spirit comes towards Scrooge, enrobed in a black cloak, so that all Scrooge can see is his eerily pointing bony hand.

The second spirit, the Ghost of Christmas Present, takes Scrooge to several radically differing scenes a joy-filled market of people downloading the makings of Christmas dinner, the family feast of Scrooge's near-impoverished clerk Bob Cratchit, a miner's cottage, and a lighthouse among other sites in order to evince from the miser a sense of responsibility for his fellow man.

PT ES. It looked like a r o u n d ball with lines on it. Upset at the pain these memories unearth, Scrooge sends the spirit away.

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