Ebenezer Scrooge In 'A Christmas Carol'

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In the story a Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean spirited man, is visited by four ghosts who help him realize that he is not the man he should be. When he is invited to view his own gravestone by the Ghost of Christmas yet to come, Scrooge implores, ¨Men´s courses will foreshadow certain ends, to which, if persevered in, they must lead. But if the courses be departed from, the ends will change, Say it thus with what you show me.¨ Scrooge has to change his life before it is too late

I know what Scrooge meant when he said the statement, I also think that he followed his own conclusion. The first ghost to haunt scrooge was Jacob, Scrooge´s only friend. Scrooge had only one friend because he drew a hard bargain. I think Jacob came back to haunt Scrooge to teach him how to be a more of a kind person.Scrooge's nephew, pays his uncle a visit and invites him to his once a year Christmas party. Two broad gentlemen also came by to ask Scrooge for a donation to their charity. Scrooge reacts to the holiday visitors with resentment, spitting out an hostile statement in response to his nephew's "Merry Christmas!"

The second ghost to visit Scrooge was the Ghost of Christmas Past. The spirit invites Scrooge on a journey into the previous Christmases. Scrooge revisits his
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Scrooge finds the friendly gathering on the Crotchit's delightful and begs the spirit to stay until the end of the jubilation. The Ghost of Christmas Yet to come leads Scrooge through a sequence of mysterious scenes relating to the death of an unnamed man. Scrooge asked the spirit to know the name of the deceased man,yet the spirit does not reveal the name but takes Scrooge to a new place he would soon be unless he changed. Scrooge finds himself in a churchyard looking at a headstone and is flabbergasted to be reading his name on the headstone. Scrooge desperately begs the spirit earnestly to modify his
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