A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an old man who transforms his miserly ways after four ghostly visits one Christmas Eve.
Scrooge is visited in his office by two gentlemen asking money for Selectthe poorBob CratchitTiny Tim.
When he arrives home, Scrooge sees Selecthis faceFred's faceMarley's face in his doorknocker.
Marley's ghost warns Scrooge that the first spirit will arrive at Selectmidnight01.0003.00.
The Ghost of Christmas Past shows him a scene with his old fiancée, Belle, who says he loves Selectfood more than hersilver more than hergold more than her.
The Ghost of Christmas Present takes Scrooge to dinner at SelectBob Cratchit's houseMarley's houseFezziwig's house.
Before he returns Scrooge to his home, the Ghost of Christmas Present shows Scrooge Selecttwo children, 'Joy' and 'Freedom'two children, 'Fear' and 'Starvation'two children, 'Ignorance' and 'Want'.
The final spirit to visit Scrooge is Selectthe Ghost of Christmas Futurethe Ghost of Christmas Yet to Comethe Ghost of Christmas Not Yet Happened.
Scrooge is shown his own Selectdeathbedfear.
Scrooge is so affected by the ghostly visits that he swears to Selectstay the samechange his waysignore them.
On Christmas morning he is full of joy and sends a boy to buy a Selectpartridge for Fezziwiggoose for his nephewturkey for the Cratchits.