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Somebody was fool enough to do it, but I took it off again. Cheap calico is just as good for the purpose. ” Scrooge listened to this talk in horror. He viewed the people with hate and disgust. “Ha! ” laughed the same woman, when Joe paid them. “This is the end of it, you see! He frightened everyone away from him when he was alive. He didn’t know he would profit us when he was dead! ” said Scrooge, shuddering. “I see, I see. The case of this unhappy man might be my own. My life tends that way, now.

It pointed to the hour 30 Christmas Carol 30 9/16/06, 2:12 PM Another Christmas Past • 5 of seven. He rubbed his hands, laughed, and called out in a rich, jolly voice: “Yo ho, there! Ebenezer! ” Scrooge’s former self, now grown into a young man, came into the room. With him was his fellow apprentice. ” said Scrooge to the Ghost. “Bless me, yes. There he is. He was very much attached to me, was Dick. Poor Dick! ” said Fezziwig. “No more work tonight. It’s Christmas Eve, Dick! Christmas, Ebenezer!

A f t e r a moment, all three burst into a loud laugh. ” cried one woman. “Let the laundress be second, and let the undertaker’s man be third. Look, Joe. ” “Come into the parlor,” said the old man who was sitting by the stove. The parlor was the space behind a screen of ragged cloth. The first woman threw her bundle on the floor and sat on a stool. She looked boldly into the faces of the other two. “What’s wrong, then, Mrs. ” said the first woman. “Poor people have a right to take care of themselves.

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