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By Charles Dickens, Scott McCullar, Naresh Kumar

ISBN-10: 9380028326

ISBN-13: 9789380028323

A ghost turns up at Ebenezer Scrooge's domestic one Christmas Eve. it really is Jacob Marley, his enterprise companion, who has been lifeless for seven years. he's dragging heavy chains, and is clearly filled with nice sorrow and insufferable ache.

While Scrooge continues to be attempting to make a decision even if the apparition is actual or a section of his mind's eye, Marley's ghost tells him anything that may swap his lifestyles eternally:

'You can be haunted via 3 spirits. with no their visits, you can't desire to prevent the trail I tread.

'Expect the 1st the following day while the bell tolls one.

'Expect the second one at the subsequent evening on the related hour.

'The 3rd upon the subsequent evening while the final stroke of twelve has stopped vibrating.'

One of the preferred Christmas tales of all time, Dickens's novel continues to be a very good favourite world wide. A poignant and thought-provoking tale, it's a pride to learn repeatedly.

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I am heartily sorry for that, Mr. ‛ How he ever knew that, I don‛t know. Knew what, my dear? That you were a good wife, of course. 56 Mr. Scrooge‛s nephew gave me his card, and told me that if he could be of any service, to go and see him where he lives. You‛d be even more sure of that if you saw and spoke to him. I wouldn‛t be at all surprised if he got Peter a better job. I‛m sure he‛s a good soul! It really seemed as if he had known Tiny Tim and felt with us. We will not forget poor Tiny Tim_will we_the first one of us to part?

Are these the shadows of the things that will be or are they only the shadows of the things that may be? Men‛s ways will lead to certain ends if they continue with them... …but if they change their ways the ends will change too. Say this is true with what you are showing me! 58 Scrooge moved toward the stone, trembling as he went; and read upon the neglected grave… Am I the man who lay upon the bed? The finger pointed from the grave to him and back again. No, Spirit! Oh no, no! Spirit, hear me!

After drinking a toast to Mr. Scrooge, Tiny Tim began singing in his weak, but pleasant voice. Silent night… 41 Holy night… All is calm… All is bright… What places are these? PLACES WHERE PEOPLE WORK HARD. BUT THEY STILL KNOW ME. LOOK! Ha ha! He said that Christmas was a humbug! He believed it too! He‛s a comical old fellow; and not as pleasant as he could be. However, his contempt carries its own punishment. That‛s a shame for him, Fred! 42 I have nothing to say against him. I know my uncle is rich, but his wealth is of no use to him.

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