A Christmas Carol

why was establishing marley's death important

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Marley's death needed to be established, as his ghost was the first to visit Scrooge at his home. In the first paragraphs, we learn who Marley was, his association with Scrooge, and he is also the one person (ghost) who can communicate what's to come and make a profound effect on Scrooge's character.


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