My first scene is person vs. person. The way I am going to describe it as what Scrooge has become in his town. Everyone hates him and wants to stay away from him at all costs. If anyone does encounter him, they run as fast as they can the other way. As I have showed, Scrooge doesn't care what people think of him, or what they do because he wants to be a loner. Bob Cratchet is even scared of Scrooge. He is not even allowed to put coals in the fire, in his Scrooge's business when he is cold. Also, Scrooge doesn't even pay Bob enough to buy a turkey for Christmas dinner. My second scene is person vs. supernatural. In this scene, I am showing how all the ghosts took Scrooge to different places to try and convince Scrooge to change his way of thinking. Scrooge is in a big deciding mood and goes through a journey to then think about what to do. When the first ghost came, Scrooge wanted to go back home and go back to bed, but when the two other ghosts came, he slowly came around of what was the right thing to do. Also, the scenes became more personal to him, and he was touched more by the things that might happened if he would keep his attitude or his Christmas spirit. In the last scene, I choose person vs. self. I choose this because Scrooge had the choice to change his actions. On one side, this is one possible outcome of what could happen if he didn't change his thoughts and actions. On the other side though, there is the possible outcome if he did change his thoughts and actions and became a nice and caring person to everyone. This would later help him decide what is more important, him being crappy and unfriendly, or one of the people he is "friends" with (Bob Cratchet). The person that really changes his mind is Tiny Tim.