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A Christmas Carol (Saddleback Classics) by Charles Dickens

By Charles Dickens

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Who’s the worse for the loss of a few things like these? ” “No, indeed,” said Mrs. Dilber, laughing. “If he wanted to keep them after he was dead, why wasn’t he natural in his lifetime? If he had been, somebody might have been there to look after him when Death came. ” “The truest words that ever were said,” agreed Mrs. Dilber. ” “Open that bundle, old Joe, and tell me the value of it. Speak out plain. I’m not afraid to be the first—nor afraid for the others to see it. We knew that we were helping ourselves.

Its light shone down on Scrooge as he peeped around the door. ” exclaimed the Ghost. “Come in, and know me better, man! I am the Ghost of Christmas Present. ” Scrooge did so. The Spirit wore a simple green robe, bordered with white fur. Its feet 39 Christmas Carol 39 9/16/06, 2:12 PM A CHRISTMAS CAROL were bare. On its head it wore a holly wreath, set here and there with shining icicles. Its dark brown curls were long and free. It had a joyful look. The Ghost of Christmas Present rose. “Spirit,” said Scrooge, “conduct me where you will.

Kneeling at the Spirit’s feet, they clung to the outside of its robe. They were a small boy and girl—yellow, ragged, scowling, wolfish, but also humble. Where graceful youth should have filled out their features, age had pinched and twisted them. Scrooge stared at them, horrified. “Spirit! Whose children are these? ” Scrooge could say no more. “They are Humankind’s,” said the Spirit, looking down upon them. “And they cling to me. This boy is Ignorance. The girl is Want. Beware them both, and all like them.

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