Picking up where Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol left off, Marvin Kaye's The Last Christmas of Ebenezer Scrooge begins on Christmas morning, when Scrooge awakens from his life-altering epiphany. Adapted from Kaye's book of the same title, this sequel depicts a kindlier Scrooge struggling to right the unresolved wrong hidden within Dickens' story. Taking care to recapture the tone of Dickens' beloved classic, Kaye's intriguing adaptation explores in depth the issue of anti-Semitism briefly touched upon in the original, evoking the spirit of the season and the period in which it takes place.
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