A Christmas Carol

The Five Staves and their Ghosts

THE CHARACTERS OF STAVE ONE

Ebenezer Scrooge

Scrooge is a crotchety old, greedy man who refuses to celebrate any sort of holiday. He hoards his many and turns away any sort of charity or kindness.

THE GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS

A SUMMARY OF STAVE FIVE

In Stave Five Scrooge awakes to find himself alive on Christmas day. He is overjoyed by this prospect and acts accordingly. First he sends the biggest, most expensive turkey he can find to the Cratchit family. Then he goes to his Nephew's home and spends his Christmas with his family and friends. He also made a large donation to a charity organization. The next day at work, Scrooge gave Bob a raise and later on made him a partner. He became very close to the Cratchit family, his own family, and became well known for being happy and kind. The moral of this story is it is never to late to change for the better and that money can't buy you happiness.
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