By Charles Dickens, Scott McCullar, Naresh Kumar

A ghost turns up at Ebenezer Scrooge's domestic one Christmas Eve. it truly is Jacob Marley, his company accomplice, who has been lifeless for seven years. he's dragging heavy chains, and is clearly jam-packed with nice sorrow and insufferable soreness.

While Scrooge remains to be attempting to make a decision no matter if the apparition is actual or a section of his mind's eye, Marley's ghost tells him whatever that will swap his existence without end:

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

'Expect the 1st day after today while the bell tolls one.

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

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

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

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It‛s Christmas Day! I haven‛t missed it. The spirits have done it all in one night. They can do anything they like. Of course they can. My fine fellow, do you know the poultry shop on the next street? Of course I do. 63 What! The one as big as me? It‛s hanging there now. An intelligent boy. A remarkable boy! Do you know whether they‛ve sold the prize turkey that was hanging up there? Is it? Please go and buy it. You‛re joking. No, no, I am serious. Go and buy it, and tell them to bring it here.

The years change people. I would prefer not to look at this. …it doesn‛t seem to matter to you. Another idol has taken my place. Belle, what idol has taken your place? YOU MUST. A golden one. 29 There is nothing in the world as hard on us as poverty. You fear the world too much. All your nobler hopes have merged into the one hope of being rich. One by one your aspirations have fallen. One masterpassion now consumes you _ money. Does it not, Ebenezer? Even if I have grown wiser, I have not changed toward you.

He went upstairs, to the room above. Poor Bob sat down on a chair beside the child. When he had thought for a while, and composed himself, he kissed the little face. Tim... It is okay. We will love you always. Goodbye, my little child. We‛ll see you again one day, in Heaven. He had come to terms with what had happened, and went down again feeling quite happy. 55 The family gathered together and talked. You will never guess what happened earlier today. I met Mr. Scrooge‛s nephew in the street. He saw that I looked a little down.

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