A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens

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Charles John Huffam Dickens was a social critic and writer from England. He is regarded by many as the greatest Victorian novelist and the author of some of the most well-known fictional characters.


Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserable old man, is working in his office seven years after his business partner Jacob Marley passed away. He despises joy, love, family, giving, Christmas, and probably also dogs.


Scrooge yells at his nephew Fred and declines his invitation to Christmas dinner. After that, Scrooge yells at the people collecting donations for charity and laments that his clerk Bob Cratchit's paid Christmas day off is theft.

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Scrooge is awoken that night by Marley's ghost, who tells him that people who died bad lives are forced to wander around and not be at peace. The phantom additionally guarantees that three different apparitions will appear to Miser, and passes on in the wake of advising Tightwad to transform himself before it's past the point of no return.

When Scrooge recalls himself as a neglected child, this spirit takes him on a tour of his childhood memories, and Scrooge quickly breaks down in tears. Scrooge's young adulthood is also depicted in the past, when he becomes the avaricious thief he becomes after rejecting his fiancée and failing to learn the hospitality lessons taught by Fezziwig, the man he was apprenticed to.

Now it's time for the Ghost of Christmas Present, who takes off across the country to demonstrate how virtually everyone else is making the most of the holiday season by spending time with loved ones. The flyby incorporates a stop at Fred's home, where a lot of companions are having a great time with moving and games.

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Additionally, Scrooge has the opportunity to observe the Cratchit family's loving but filthy Christmas dinner preparations. Tiny Tim, the youngest son, is a sickly but kind boy. Scrooge is then chased around by the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, a phantom.

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The Cratchits are bankrupt, Tiny Tim has passed away, and Scrooge has passed away without anyone to mourn him—just a bunch of people to steal his body. Scrooge promises to change after freaking out when he sees his grave...

So that on Christmas Day, he wakes up in his own bed. He sends the Cratchits a huge turkey, goes to Fred's party anyway, and gives the charity collector a huge donation.


ENDING -  He shifts his mindset, and for the rest of his life, he acts with kindness, cheer, and compassion for the less fortunate. He has truly become obsessed with Christmas spirit.


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