A Christmas Carol

what is the importance of the first ghost to scrooge?

what effect does the ghost of christmas past have on ebeneezer scrooge?

(a christmas carol )

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The Ghost of Christmas Past forces Scrooge to reflect on his past and the choices he has made that have made his life into the lonely sceptical it is today. The Ghost of Christmas Past shows Scrooge events of his childhood and young adulthood that forces him to acknowledge his past mistakes. He is showed, for example, Belle, the lost love of his life.