A Christmas Carol

how is money treated in the story

how is money treated in the story

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Money is treated as a commodity that is out of reach for the majority of the population. The people that have it are few and most seem to covet it. Scrooge, and his deceased business partner Jacob Marley, horded their money. Their greed slowly eats at their soul. They are miserable and alone.There are characters that gave freely with their money, like Fezziwig, who enjoyed much love and merriment in return.