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Ebenezer Scrooge And The 'Ghost Of Christmas Present'

analytical Essay
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Even a selfish person can change and become generous, whether through supernatural events, physical events, or through their own will. Ebenezer Scrooge learns that he must either repent of his greedy ways, or face the consequence later on. When Scrooge is visited by the first spirit, the Ghost of Christmas past, he is shown events from his boyhood that he had forgotten about for many years. This makes Scrooge emotional, as it brings back the memories of himself, poor and forgotten. The second spirit, the Ghost of Christmas Present, shows Scrooge the happiness and merrimaking of Christmas. Even those who were poor and had scarcely any food made the most of it, and were very joyful and kind to one another. The last of the spirits, the

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  • Analyzes how ebenezer scrooge learns that he must either repent of his greedy ways, or face the consequence later on.
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