Ebenezer Scrooge's dead business partner was Jacob Marley.
Scrooge’s business partner was named Jacob Marley and he wasted his life on earth by being greedy and selfish.
Jacob Marley died from a heart attack.
Jacob Marley was a businessman and Scrooge's former partner.
Scrooge’s business is called “Scrooge and Marley.”
Marley’s business was music.
Ebenezer Scrooge's partner, Jacob Marley, died from a cold.
Scrooge's partner, Jacob Marley, died on Christmas Eve.
Marley's head was wrapped because he was injured.
Scrooge and Jacob Marley were business partners.
The only attendees of Jacob Marley's funeral were his former business partner, Ebenezer Scrooge, and the two men who served as Scrooge's pallbearers.
Scrooges is pronounced as skroohzh.
No, Scrooge was not an accountant.
This quote is often attributed to Charles Dickens, but there is no evidence that he actually said it.
When Scrooge says "it's not my business," he is referring to the fact that he does not want to help the poor or make any donations to charity.
The quote suggests that the speaker's business is to help humanity.
It is not clear why Jacob Marley's jaw is broken.
Humbug is a real word, but its meaning has changed over time. It originally meant "deception" or "fraud," but now it usually means "nonsense" or "something that is not true."
Bob Marley died on May 11, 1981.
There is no definitive answer to this question, as it is unclear how many people attended Bob Marley's funeral. However, it is estimated that between 30,000 and 40,000 people attended the funeral, which was held on May 21, 1981, in Jamaica.
Bob Cratchit is poor because he is a clerk for Ebenezer Scrooge, who pays him very little.
It is difficult to estimate the amount of coal on the clerk's fire, but it appears to be a moderate amount.
It is a tradition in some cultures to put coins on the eyes of the deceased to ensure that they can pay their way into the afterlife.
The phrase "kind hand" is often used to describe someone who is generous or helpful. In this context, it means that the person's hand was shaking because they were so moved by the act of kindness.
It is unknown who killed Marley in Dickensian.
Scrooge and his partner worked together very closely. They were always on the same page and always had a good working relationship.
Scrooge did not paint over Marley's name because he wanted to remember him.
There is no mention of Ebenezer Scrooge ever being married in the Charles Dickens novel "A Christmas Carol."
The blind men's dogs do not do anything when they see Scrooge.
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Scrooge never had a girlfriend.
Ebenezer Scrooge’s Five Factor Model Personality Profile does not include any Dark Triad traits.
Yes, the Scrooge and Marley Deceased: The Haunted Man graphic novel is available now! You can find it in select comic book stores, or order it online from our website.
Ebenezer Scrooge's grave can be found in the London churchyard of St. Michael's, Cornhill.