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READ & DOWNLOAD A Christmas Carol 107 ↠ Ebenezer Scrooge is a miserly old skinflint who hates everyone especially children but at Christmas three ghosts come to visit him and scare him into mending his ways He finds as he celebrates with Bob Cratchit Tiny Tim and family that geniality brings its own rewardHe celebrates with Bob Cratchit Tiny Tim and family that geniality brings its own reward. This was a reread for me and it needs no introduction The perfect read at Christmas time and I love it

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Christmas three ghosts come to visit him and scare him into mending his ways He finds as. How many times have I seen a version of A Christmas Carol Probably too many times to count but I can try A stage version at least half a dozen times The Disney version with Scrooge McDuck The Disney version with Jim Carrey A Muppet Christmas Carol Scrooged with Bill Murray Probably that I am forgettingFinally I have taken it upon myself to read the source material Did I like it Two words BAH HUMBUGIn Dickens ese that means I did I have enjoyed pretty much every adaptation I have seen and in general they seem very close to the original story So I have no complaintsOne thing you will find with the book is that each ghost has one or two scenes that they show Scrooge It seems like adapters of the book have generally agreed on which stories to leave out as I don't think I was familiar with any of the new talesDo you love Christmas stories Classics Adaptations of this story I am not saying you should read this I am saying you pretty much have to

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A Christmas CarolEbenezer Scrooge is a miserly old skinflint who hates everyone especially children but at. I read this every year at Christmas and I always will do Simply because of the atmosphere it evokes This story is Christmas as far as I’m concerned It wouldn’t be the same without it It is perfectly festive and is also appropriately didactic It is an allegory for what happens to those that are unnecessarily bitter and twisted refusing to take part in a joyful occasion It is a glimpse at what could happen to someone who rejects their family upon trivial grounds and let’s themselves be set apart It is also a suggestion that one shouldn’t be so concerned with money Money isn’t everything; it certainly didn’t buy ol’ Scrooge happiness But Christmas did and will do so again You can connect with me on social media via My Linktree