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A Christmas Carol

Summary: A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, is a compelling socvial commentary about greed, cruelty, regret, forgiveness and ultimate redemption during Christmas.
The title of this novel is A Christmas Carol, which is written by Charles Dicken. In this novel, the main character, Scrooge, has a callous personal. He doesn't recognize poverty, kindness, and love. During nights, he faced the four ghosts, who were trying to teach him life lessons. After that, he realizes money is not the only thing that matters in the world. Scrooge learns a great deal about himself and the world him as a result of the visits by the spirits.

Marley is Scrooge's former business partner, but he died seven years ago. Marley's face came up to Scrooge on Christmas Eve to warn Scrooge. The warning is about Scrooge's cruel actions towards people. Unless he changes his ways, he would be wearing the big chains. Marley hopes to save his old partner from suffering a similar fate. He is symbolized by the big chain...

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