By Charles Dickens
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There were bunches of grapes and piles of nuts begging to be carried home in paper bags and eaten after dinner. There were heaps of raisins, almonds, and 40 Christmas Carol 40 9/16/06, 2:12 PM The Second of the Three Spirits • 6 cinnamon sticks. Candied fruits, moist figs, and French plums waited in their highly decorated boxes. Customers tumbled up against each other at the doors. Everyone seemed in the best mood possible. Church bells then called the good people to the chapel. They flocked through the streets wearing their best clothes and happiest faces.
You could say that his power lies in words and looks, in things you can’t add or count up. ” He felt the Spirit’s glance, and stopped. ” asked the Ghost. “Nothing,” said Scrooge. ” the Ghost insisted. “No,” said Scrooge. “I should like to be able to say a word or two to my clerk just now. ” 34 Christmas Carol 34 9/16/06, 2:12 PM Another Christmas Past • 5 “My time grows short,” said the Spirit. ” Again, Scrooge saw himself. He was grown now, a man in the prime of life. His face had begun to wear the signs of care and greed.
The three men shared a laugh. “It’s likely to be a very cheap funeral,” said the same speaker. “I don’t know of 57 Christmas Carol 57 9/16/06, 2:12 PM A CHRISTMAS CAROL anybody to go to it. ” “I don’t mind going—that is, if lunch is provided,” said another. Another laugh. The men strolled away and mixed with other groups. Scrooge knew the men. He looked toward the Spirit for an explanation. The Phantom glided down the street. Its finger pointed to two persons who had stopped to talk. Scrooge knew these men also.