How Does Scrooge End To A Christmas Carol

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In Charles Dickens, ¨A Christmas Carol," Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by three ghosts who show Scrooge what he has done wrong in his life. When the ghost of Christmas yet to come shows him his grave stone, Scrooge says he will be a better man than he once was. I know what Scrooge meant when he said this, And I do think he followed his own conclusion. Scrooge was first visited by his partner, Marley, who had died. Marley showed Scrooge the shackles, and said that he had forged them during his mortal life. Then Marley said that if Scrooge did not change he would end up like Marley. What Scrooge meant when he said "Men's courses will foreshadow certain ends, to which, if preserved in, they must lead. But if the courses be departed from, the ends will change. Say it is thus with what you show me. This basically means that "what a man does in his life will be the deciding factor for what happens in that persons future, but if you leave your old habits you will have a different future." Scrooge realized what he was doing wrong and made this conclusion from his own life. After Scrooge said this the ghost of Christmas yet to come took him back to Scrooge's time. Scrooge bought a goose for Tiny Tim and his family. Scrooge was acting delightful, and he smiled at everyone he saw.…show more content…
The first ghost tried to show him what he did wrong in the past, but Scrooge was set in his ways. The ghost of Christmas passed revealed to Scrooge what happened at Marley's funeral. Scrooge did not even pay the man who dug Marley's grave. Scrooge did not care about what the ghost was saying. He told the ghost that he did not think that he was being
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