A Christmas Carol

What did Scrooge mean when he said he would like to be able to say a word to his clerk? What do you think he would have said to Bob if he could have spoken to him then?

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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

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In my opinion, Scrooge sees Fezziwig and remembers the joy of working for him..... the kindness. Because of this, he regrets his treatment of Bob and wishes to tell him he is sorry.


A Christmas Carol