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A Review of "A Christmas Carol"

Summary: A review of Charles Dickens's literary classic, "A Christmas Carol."
A Christmas Carol

Self-centered, cold-hearted, and solitary, Ebenezer Scrooge, a character in Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, undergoes a drastic transformation. Scrooge is haunted by three spirits showing him the error of his ways. As a result, he must change if he wants a meaningful future.

First, while Scrooge is trying to sleep, he is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Past. Clearly, this spook looked quite strange. The specter, Dickens' term for a ghost, had the face of a child, looking like an old man. With long white hair, the specter did not have a single wrinkle on his face. His arms were very long and looked surprisingly strong. Delicately formed were his legs. From his head, a light shone brightly. Also, this spirit takes Scrooges to visit three events from his past.

First, they visited a field, covered in snow, where Scrooge...

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