By Charles Dickens
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In this vintage, heart-warming story, 4 ghostly site visitors educate precious classes to an outdated miser. Ebenezer Scrooge, a egocentric, crotchety skinflint, spends his days counting funds and grousing, “Bah Humbug!” Scrooge doesn’t take care of somebody except himself. despite the fact that, on Christmas Eve, he's visited by way of his associate Marley, and the Ghosts of Christmas previous, Christmas current, and yuletide but to come back, who train him approximately benevolence, charity, and goodwill.
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