Who Is The Old Miser In A Christmas Carol

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In Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Dickens illustrates the theme of the need to be generous and kind with our time on the earth instead of being greedy. Scrooge is a model miser. He is always spending time counting his money and never spending nor helping others with it. The Old miser is cold and bitter with no spirit of Christmas spirit in him. Three ghosts, including Marley, Scrooge’s former business partner and friend, appear to Scrooge to show him his bitter ways and to help him begin to lead a life of kindness and spirit. The ghost story clearly shows the miraculous transformation of Scrooge. Each ghost shows Scrooge a vision of his life, from childhood to death to show his how his path is leading to disaster. The phantoms show Scrooge
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