A Christmas Carol

what has scrooge learnt at the end of the novel?


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Scrooge has learned the error of his former ways. He sees that his miserly ways have brought only sadness to himself and to others. Scrooge feels like a new man on Christmas day. He sends a big Christmas goose to the Cratchits right away. He vows to keep Christmas in his heart every day of the year.