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A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
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A Christmas Carol

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  • 1. Every Christmas Day in the English Lake District appeared two skulls of men who had been murdered.Another story that people tell isthat of a ghost appearing in afamous restaurant just beforeChristmas. Its a female ghostwho traditionally scarescostumes. In one of the historic homes of the British Royal Family in Norfolk every Christmas Eve, a ghost would appeared in the servants rooms on the second floor and would throw Christmas cards into the air and would pull sheets from the bed.
  • 2. Monmouth Street. Victorian Dickens describes it in London was Skecthes by Boz and Old very busy, Joe has his shop therecrowded, and in A Christmas Carol. noisy. During the 1840s London quickly Children aged only nine worked in became a very big city. factories for many hours a day.
  • 3. Scrooge was an unfriendly and stingy man that onlythought on himself and on his money. A Christmas night, three ghosts appeared in his home. A Christmas Carol was written in London in 1843 by Charles Dickens. The novel was published in deliveries in a magazine.
  • 4. He’s lowly, poor and hes always faithful to Scrooge.He’s very selfish and very bad to thepeople around him.
  • 5. He shows Scrooge how he used to be in the past. He loves Christmas.He shows Scroogehow mean he is inthe present.
  • 6. He shows Scroogehow he might be inthe future if hedoesnt change.
  • 7. The best thing of the story was the change between Scrooge when the story started and when it ended. It teaches us another way to see life happier and more generous. Our favourite character was Bob Cratchit he was happy with his family even without money.It´s a beautiful story and it shows you howyou could live more generous and thatmoney isn´t important.
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