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A Christmas Carol (1999 film) - Wikipedia

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A Christmas Carol is a 1999 British-American made-for-television film adaptation of Charles ... At midnight, Scrooge is visited by the childlike Ghost of Christmas Past who takes him back in time to...

SparkNotes: A Christmas Carol: Quiz

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Which of the spirits does not speak to Scrooge? ... What is the Ghost of Christmas Present's throne made of? Food ... Which spirit takes Scrooge to a ship at sea?

In Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, what is the purpose of ...

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Jan 14, 2016 ... In Stave III of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, the Ghost of Christmas ... solitary lighthouse by the sea, and the ship plying the lonely, dark waters. ... And, finally, the ghost takes Scrooge to the ship sailing the rough, dark ...

A Christmas Carol Stave 3 Summary & Analysis from LitCharts | The ...

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Nov 8, 2013 ... Next the ghost takes Scrooge even further afield, over the sea, wild and ... wild, they find the crew of a ship, humming together a Christmas tune.

A Christmas Carol - Dictionary definition of A Christmas Carol ...

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This spirit takes Scrooge through London, where shopkeepers are joyfully ... They go to a ship out at sea to find the ship's crew also making the best of the ...

A Christmas Carol: Novel Summary: Stave 3 | Novelguide

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The Spirit takes Scrooge to the home of his clerk, Bob Cratchit. ... where the light's keepers sing and wish each other "Merry Christmas"; to a ship on the ocean, ...

Charles Dickens Christmas Carol and Scrooge CED Web Page

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And the scene of the tormented spirits floating through the air is well done. ... takes Scrooge on a whirlwind visit to a lighthouse, a ship at sea, and a group of ...

A Christmas Carol - Stave 3: The Second of the Three Spirits

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This idea taking full possession of his mind, he got up softly and shuffled in ... He was not the dogged Scrooge he had been; and though the Spirit's eyes ..... To sea. To Scrooge's horror, looking back, he saw the last of the land, ... as the figure -head of an old ship might be: struck up a sturdy song that was like a Gale in i...

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. 6: Scrooge's nephew - BBC

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The Ghost of Christmas Present takes Scrooge away from the Cratchit's home ... a bleak moor; the keepers of a solitary lighthouse out at sea; the crew of a ship.

Mark Caspary - Composition Sound and Media | A Christmas Carol

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This part of the play takes Scrooge on a magical trip though several places where ... living room, then head to a lighthouse, and finally out to a ship at sea. ... takes Scrooge from locking up his counting house on his walk home, the ghost of his ...

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A Christmas Carol: Stave Three: The Second of the Three Spirits

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The spirit then takes Scrooge to the meager home of Bob Cratchit, where Mrs. ... the festivities of an isolated community of miners and a party aboard a ship.

A Christmas Carol - Andrew Moore's resource site home page

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The ghost takes Scrooge magically to places outside London: he sees a .... a lighthouse and a ship at sea, while Scrooge's boarding school (Stave 2) is in a ...

"Over the Sea" by Sol Eytinge, Jr., illustration for the Diamond ...

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Over the Sea ... This moment in the text occurs just after the Spirit of Christmas Present has shown Scrooge how Cornish miners, despite the ... on — until, being far away, as he told Scrooge, from any shore, they lighted on a ship. ... Scrooge takes pleasure in the sea men's obvious reverence for the holiday and their having ...