A Christmas Carol- Key Quotes

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  • A Christmas Carol
    • Stave 1
      • Scrooge
        • Humbug
        • Crachit
          • another sound for you...and you'll keep Christmas by losing your situation
          • tried to warm himself at the candle
        • what reason have you to be merry? You're poor enough
        • Good afternoon
        • The gents raising money for the poor
          • I can't afford to make idle people merry
          • decrease the surplus population
          • Are there no prisions?
        • His house
          • Darkness is cheap and scrooge liked it
        • Description
          • external heat and cold had little influence on scrooge
          • hard and sharp as flint
      • Fred
        • his face was ruddy and handsome
        • A merry Christmas, uncle! God save you!
      • Marley's Ghost
        • I wear the chain I forged in life
        • I cannot rest
          • no rest, no peace
        • man kind was my business
        • I am here to warn you
    • Stave 2
      • Ghost of Christmas Past
        • purest white
        • it was a strange figure
        • there sprung a bright clear jet of light
      • Scrooge's reaction
        • your lip is tembling
        • recognising every gate and post and tree
        • there was a boy singning a christmas carol...i should like to have given him something
      • The past events
        • a solitary child, neglected by his friends
        • home, little fan
        • it's fezziwig alive again
          • his hear and soul were in the scne
        • Belle
          • a golden one
          • another idol has displaced me
          • gain, engrosses you
          • show me no more
    • Stave 3
      • the Ghost of Christmas Present
        • scrooge entered timidly
        • he did not like to met them (the spirit's eyes)
        • and decrease the surplus population
      • The Cratchits
        • It was a small pudding for a large family
        • Mr Scrooge, the founder of the Feast
        • they were happy, grateful
        • a custrad-cup without a handle
        • Tiny Tim
          • he was a cripple
          • God bless us every one
          • trembled more when he said that Tiny Tim was growing strong and hearty
          • tell me if Tiny Tim will live
            • if these shadows remain unaltered by the future
      • Fred's party
        • I pity him
        • he begged like a boy to stay
      • Ignorance and want
        • wretched, abject, frightful, hideous,miserable
        • are there no prisions
    • Stave 4
      • The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
        • slowly,gravely,silently
        • scatter gloom and mystery
        • scrooge feared the silent shape
          • bent down upon his knee
      • very wealthy gents
        • I don't mind going if a lunch is provided
      • bad area of town
        • reeked with crime, with filth and misry
        • foul and narrow
        • grey haired rascal
      • I shall not leave its lesson, trust me
        • Are these shadows of things that will be, or are they shadows of things that may be
        • I am not the man I was
        • i will not shut out the lessons that they teach
      • the only emotion...wasone of pleasure
      • The Crachits
        • his father loved him so
        • He broke down all at once.
        • we shall...forget poor Tiny Tim
    • Stave 5
      • I am as light as a feather, I am as happy as a angle
      • a delighted smile
      • allow me to ask your pardon
        • not a farthing less. a great many back-payments are included in it
      • it is a mercy he didn't shake his arm off
        • won-der-ful happiness!
      • I am about to raise your salary!
        • and endeavour to assit your struglling family
        • Scrooge was better than his word
          • and to Tiny Tim, who did NOT die, he was like a second father

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