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A Christmas Carol: The Graphic Novel by Charles Dickens, Scott McCullar, Naresh Kumar

By Charles Dickens, Scott McCullar, Naresh Kumar

A ghost turns up at Ebenezer Scrooge's domestic one Christmas Eve. it's Jacob Marley, his enterprise companion, who has been useless for seven years. he's dragging heavy chains, and is clearly choked with nice sorrow and insufferable discomfort.

While Scrooge remains to be attempting to come to a decision even if the apparition is genuine or a section of his mind's eye, Marley's ghost tells him whatever that may swap his existence without end:

'You could be haunted by way of 3 spirits. with no their visits, you can't wish to prevent the trail I tread.

'Expect the 1st the following day while the bell tolls one.

'Expect the second one at the subsequent evening on the related hour.

'The 3rd upon the subsequent evening while the final stroke of twelve has stopped vibrating.'

One of the preferred Christmas tales of all time, Dickens's novel is still an exceptional favourite around the world. A poignant and thought-provoking tale, it's a pride to learn repeatedly.

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Say he will live! IF THESE SHADOWS REMAIN UNALTERED BY THE FUTURE, NO MORE LIKE ME WILL FIND HIM HERE. BUT, IF HE IS TO DIE, HE SHOULD JUST DO IT, AND DECREASE THE SURPLUS POPULATION. ISN’T THAT RIGHT? MAN, IF YOU ARE A MAN IN YOUR HEART, YOU SHOULD NOT SPEAK WICKED WORDS UNTIL YOU HAVE DISCOVERED WHAT ‘THE SURPLUS’ REALLY IS. WILL YOU DECIDE WHO SHALL LIVE AND WHO SHALL DIE? IN THE EYES OF HEAVEN, YOU MAY BE WORTH LESS, AND BE LESS FIT TO LIVE, THAN MILLIONS OF OTHERS LIKE THIS POOR MAN’S CHILD.

It‛s Christmas Day. I‛ll drink to his health for your sake, and not for his. Long life to him! A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. He‛ll be very merry and very happy, I have no doubt! After drinking a toast to Mr. Scrooge, Tiny Tim began singing in his weak, but pleasant voice. Silent night… 41 Holy night… All is calm… All is bright… What places are these? PLACES WHERE PEOPLE WORK HARD. BUT THEY STILL KNOW ME. LOOK! Ha ha! He said that Christmas was a humbug! He believed it too! He‛s a comical old fellow; and not as pleasant as he could be.

And here is a fine white shirt. I took it off before they buried him in it. We can make a profit now he‛s dead because he frightened everyone away when he was alive! Ha ha ha! 51 Spirit, I see, I see. The case of this unhappy man could be my own. My life is like that now. Merciful Heaven, what is this? He recoiled in terror. Beneath a ragged sheet lay something covered up. Though it was silent, it announced itself in awful language. Then Scrooge realized, it was the body of a man. He lay in the dark, empty house, with no man, woman or child to say he had been kind to them.

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