A Christmas Carol

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When was A Christmas Carol written?
December 1843
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What is Fred to Scrooge?
His nephew
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What is Bob to Scrooge?
Bob Cratchit is Scrooge's underpaid clerk
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How many kids does Bob Cratchit have?
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Who is Fezziwig?
Scrooge's old boss
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What is Marley's first name?
Jacob (not bob)
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Who is Belle?
Scrooge's girlfriend who left because of Scrooge's evident greed for money
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What fictional character is the Ghost of Christmas Present resemblant of?
Santa Claus
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What was Marley in his past life?
Scrooge's business partner
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What was the final thing which convinced Scrooge to change?
When the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come showed the reactions towards his future death, and Scrooge's tombstone
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Where did the Ghost of Christmas Past take Scrooge?
the GoCPast brought Scrooge to his school, then to his old job under Fezziwig, then to the breakup with Belle and finally showed him Belle's content life with a family close to the present.
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Who was Scrooge's "Sole executor, his sole administrator, his sole assign, his sole residuary legatee, his soul friend and his sole mourner"?
Jacob Marley
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Who is "solitary as an oyster"?
Ebeneezer Scrooge
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What is an important quote that Scrooge uses in the encounter with the portly gentlemen?
"If they would rather die, they had better do it, and decrease the surplus population"
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Where in the play is this quote found, and who is it referring to? "If these shadows remain unaltered by the Future, the child will die".
The Ghost of Christmas Present says this to Scrooge in the Cratchit's home when Scrooge enquires whether Tiny Tim will die.
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Where is the word "melancholy" used?
To describe Scrooge's "melancholy dinner in his usual melancholy tavern"
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Where does Scrooge first encounter Marley?
Marley's face is on his door-knocker
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Where is the quote "Incessant torture of remorse" used?
When Marley describes his travels as a spirit, saying that there was "No rest, no peace" the whole time.
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Where does the Ghost of Christmas Present appear?
In the "adjoining room" the Ghost is surrounded by Christmas foods, "Heaped up on the floor, to form a kind of throne".
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How does the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come appear?
The now dead GoCPresent has transformed into the "Phantom" after showing Scrooge "Ignorance" and "Want" personified as grotesquely formed, little children.
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His nephew


What is Fred to Scrooge?

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Bob Cratchit is Scrooge's underpaid clerk


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Scrooge's old boss


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