A Christmas Carol

what does Scrooge learn from the Christmas present ghost


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Scrooge learns about all the misery that is around him. Scrooge sees under the robe of the Ghost of Christmas Present, two children, whose names show that they are symbols: Ignorance and want. They are your standard impoverished Dickensian children; they are ragged in clothes, dirty and starving. Scrooge begins to understand the error of his miserly ways.