The Ghost of Christmas Present enters. Invisible to others, the pair walk the city streets. He shows Scrooge the working poor, many of them irritable after a long, hard daya#39;s work. The Ghost sprinkles them with kindness, the spirit of Christmas, and consideration replaces impatience. ... Echoing the words of Scrooge in Act One, he adds, aquot;If he be likely to die, he had better do it, and decrease the surplus anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Globe Fearon - 1999-01-01|