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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is a renowned novel about an old stingy man changing for the better with help from 3 supernatural beings. If I was creating a flag based off of A Christmas Carol the most important element of the flag would be the earth with a circle around it. At the end of stave 3 when two children come out of the Spirit of Christmas Present’s robe he says on page 77 “ This boy is Ignorance… beware this boy, for on his brow I see written which is doom, unless the writing be erased.” (Dickens). This quote has a lot of figurative meaning to it. The boy ignorance represents Dickens’ unitarian beliefs showing that you should help people out, not ignore them. The earth with a circle around it, my flag design, shows that you...

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