Analysis Of A Christmas Carol Scrooge

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In these stories, it seems that what the characters truly find valuable always turns out to be something other than money and riches. In Tuck Everlasting what Winnie found valuable in the beginning to her was freedom and just wanted to get out of her house and yard, but through most of the story and by the end she truly found valuable was the friends she had made during her journey and her home, and even though in this story many people would find the immortality that her friends had to be the most valuable thing in the universe, she saw them as valuable friends than immortal people. In A Christmas Carol Scrooge first saw money to be wealthy, but later in the story he saw that wealth to him was kindness and making up for what he had done in

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