A Christmas Carol

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In the city of London, on the night of Christmas Eve,
Ebenezer Scrooge—a bitter, cold-hearted old miser—refuses his nephew’s invitation for Christmas dinner and rudely turns away the gentlemen seeking donation for the poor. And as he comes to sit down alone in his cold, dark apartment, he is visited by the ghost of Jacob Marley, his dead partner. Haggard and double-ironed, Marley is cursed to wander the Earth. As Marley relates his unfortunate story, Scrooge is warned. And before Marley leaves, Scrooge is told that he would be haunted by three spirits. Like the ghosts of Christmas past, Christmas present and Christmas yet to come to take Scrooge on respective journeys, will he learn the true meaning of the season? Will Ebenezer Scrooge be br>redeemed? One of the best-loved Yuletide tales by Dickens, a Christmas Carol is filled with compassion and humor. With larger-than-life characters, who continue to live outside the pages, this ghost story of Christmas will make you laugh and cry in the same breath. Published more than two centuries ago, it continues to be adapted into films, stage operas and other media.

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In the city of London, on the night of Christmas Eve,
Ebenezer Scrooge—a bitter, cold-hearted old miser—refuses his nephew’s invitation for Christmas dinner and rudely turns away the gentlemen seeking donation for the poor. And as he comes to sit down alone in his cold, dark apartment, he is visited by the ghost of Jacob Marley, his dead partner. Haggard and double-ironed, Marley is cursed to wander the Earth. As Marley relates his unfortunate story, Scrooge is warned. And before Marley leaves, Scrooge is told that he would be haunted by three spirits. Like the ghosts of Christmas past, Christmas present and Christmas yet to come to take Scrooge on respective journeys, will he learn the true meaning of the season? Will Ebenezer Scrooge be br>redeemed? One of the best-loved Yuletide tales by Dickens, a Christmas Carol is filled with compassion and humor. With larger-than-life characters, who continue to live outside the pages, this ghost story of Christmas will make you laugh and cry in the same breath. Published more than two centuries ago, it continues to be adapted into films, stage operas and other media.

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