A Christmas Carol (Saddleback Classics) by Charles Dickens

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By Charles Dickens

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It commanded him to enter, and he obeyed. There was no doubt that it was Scrooge’s own room. But it was decorated beautifully. The walls and ceiling were hung with living green, so it looked like a grove. From every part of it, bright berries glistened. The holly, mistletoe, and ivy reflected back the light, like so many mirrors. A mighty blaze roared up the chimney. Heaped on the floor—in a shape much like a throne—were piles of food. There were turkeys, geese, game, poultry, and strings of sausages.

Here is a new game,” said Scrooge. ” I t wa s a ga m e c a l l e d Ye s a n d N o . S c r o o g e ’s n e p h ew h a d t o t h i n k o f something, and the others had to guess what. They started to ask questions that could be answered yes or no. Soon the line of questioning revealed that Fred was thinking of an animal. It was a live animal, a disagreeable animal, a savage animal. It was 51 Christmas Carol 51 9/16/06, 2:12 PM A CHRISTMAS CAROL an animal that growled and grunted sometimes, and talked sometimes, and lived in London.

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! ” In a minute, Dick and Ebenezer had cleared away every movable thing. The floor was swept, the lamps were trimmed, and c o a l wa s h e a p e d u p o n t h e fi r e . T h e warehouse was soon as warm and dry and bright as any ballroom on Christmas Eve. In came a fiddler, ready to play. In came Mrs. Fezziwig, one big substantial smile. In came the three Miss Fezziwigs, beaming and lovable.

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