He is a minor character, the youngest son of Bob Cratchitand is seen only briefly, but serves as an important symbol of the consequences of the protagonist's choices. When Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Present he is shown just how ill the boy really is the family cannot afford to properly treat him on the salary Scrooge pays Cratchit. This, and several other visions, lead Scrooge to reform his ways.
Although Scrooge and the Ghost had but that moment left the school behind them, they were now in the streets of a busy city, where shadowy passengers passed and shadowy carts and coaches battled for the way. It was plain enough that here too it was Christmas time again; but it was evening, and the streets were lighted up. The Ghost stopped at a certain warehouse door, and asked Scrooge if he knew it.
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You wouldn't believe how those two fellows went at it! They charged into the street with the shutters—one, two, three—had 'em up in their places—four, five, six—barred 'em and pinned 'em—seven, eight, nine—and came back before you could have got to twelve, panting like race-horses. Hilli-ho, Dick!
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It is written to help students who are reading this book for work in school. It is suitable for pupils and teachers in England and Wales who are working in the National Curriculum. It should support work in Key Stages 3 and 4 especially.
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