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  • Isolation
    • Young Scrooge finds companionship in stories
      • "A lonely boy was reading near a feeble fire"
    • Scrooge's redemption is partly due to the fact that he rejoined Society
      • "As good a man, as good as the old city knew"
    • Becoming a second father to Tiny Tim means Scrooge gets some of the love and support he has been missing, or refusing
    • Scrooge spends all day in his counting house, looking after his money
    • Spite, which wards people away is often connected to the pursuit of wealth
    • "Solitary as an oyster"
    • "A solitary child, neglected by his friends, is left there still"
    • "He sat there alone, quite alone in the world I do believe"
    • "On the neglected grave his own name, EBENEZER SCROOGE"
    • "He frightened every one away from him when he was alive, to profit us when he was dead"


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