How Does Scrooge Change In A Christmas Carol

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In the beginning of A Christmas Carol, Scrooge had a terrible fate if he didn’t decide to change his ways. In A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens wants us to understand that mankind’s business is caring and helping others because it is the nice thing to do as shown through Scrooge’s changing view of family and caring. Scrooge doesn’t believe this in the beginning of the book, he believes that making money is the true meaning of business.
In Stave One, Scrooge thinks business is money and it makes him mean and greedy. His nephew was wanting him to come to Christmas but he said he didn’t like Christmas. In the text it states,”... finding yourself a year older and not an hour richer…” This means that Scrooge wants more money, so that means he’s

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