Scrooge Regret Analysis

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In the second stave of the book Scrooge was feeling regret of what he did in the past. Evidence of regret is on pages 50-51. They are saying, “I not know your repentance and regret would surely follow? I do; and I release you. With a full heart, for the love of him you once were.” On pages 52-53 it talks about the family he could of had if Scrooge would of ran after Belle. Instead he didn’t go after her, he didn’t live the happy life that he wanted, but he lived the sad, grumpy life he was in already. After all of the regret he had felt he wasn’t able to stand his own past anymore.
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