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The story of A Christmas Carol, written by Charles Dickens, is just one which mostly everybody is acquainted with. It airs during the holidays in an huge amount of versions. The foundation of every variation is exactly the exact same. Ebenezer Scrooge, our main character, is a cold hearted man. It's Christmas Eve, and since Scrooge is closing his office his nephew comes into wish him a Merry Christmas. Scrooge, being as "chilly" as he is, just thinks that Christmas is a time where folks spend money. Scrooge lives alone. His business partner, Jacob Marley has been dead for seven years. Scrooge prepares for bed and each one of the fresh bells in his house start to ring. The ghost of his deceased coworker, dressed in chains, cash boxes, keys, etc., shows up in Scrooge's room. He sits down and tells Scrooge how throughout his lifetime he never did something good for anyone else. So today in his passing, he has to constantly travel without a sleep without any relief from the terror of the guilt that he's feeling. Marley states that Scrooge has a opportunity to turn his life around and that he is going to be visited by three spirits who can show him the way to do so. They'll all appear in just a stroke of one another, and Marley has been now gone. Each ghost symbolizes another point in Scrooge's life; the Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. Following the events which have happened that evening, Scrooge comes to this understanding that he can change. Ebenezer Scrooge has a change of heart for the holidayseason, Christmas, and he never goes back to his old ways. (Goldstein 1). In the story of A Christmas Carol, there are different symbols and themes that are shown throughout. There are moral lessons involved, a few being the true me...