This character breaks off her relationship when she feels that the man she is with has changed for the worse.
This character is presented as a loyal and diligent employee, even in an unhappy work environment.
This character is the Cratchit's oldest daughter.
This character is the Cratchit's oldest son.
See Tiny Tim
In a vision, this character is seen selling someone's belongings: "sheets and towels, a little wearing apparel, two old-fashioned silver teaspoons, a pair of sugar tongs, and a few boots."
This character is presented as genial, wishing Scrooge a Merry Christmas and ending up thoroughly rebuked, yet this character does not let Scrooge's demeanor discourage the holiday spirit.
The Ghost of Christmas Past
This character appears wearing a white tunic trimmed with summer flowers and carrying a sprig of holly, with rays of...
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