A Christmas Carol

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  • Theme
  • "Without their visit, you cannot hope to shun the path I tread".
  • "You will be haunted by three spirits".
  • This is when Scrooge learns he needs to fix his life. Marley has just shown up and revealed that he can change when he is visited by the three spirit which shall change his life.
  • Theme
  • "Are you the Spirit, sir, whose coming was foretold to me".
  • The theme in this slide is Scrooge has just met his first spirit of three. This is the ghost of Scrooge's Christmas past. He shall show Scrooge different Christmas pasts when he was younger.
  • "I am"!
  • Indirect Characterzation
  • "Home little Fan"?
  • Scrooge has now come home for Christmas after many years. Scrooge has just been shown as indirectly characterized as jolly when he was younger. His father has decided he can come home. This gives home excitement and cheer.
  • "I have come to bring you home, dear brother"!
  • This is an example of indirect characterization on Scrooge. Scrooge still is greedy so it is hard to believe to pay a fortune for the kids. This still shows Scrooge could never believe that people would pay that much just for children.
  • Symbolism
  • " More than eighteen hundred".
  • " Have you many brothers spirit".
  • "A tremendous family to provide for".
  • "Here is a new game. One half hour, Spirit,only one".
  • Theme
  • Scrooge is now actual having a change of heart. Before Scrooge denied the invitation but now he is happy. His cold heart has been changed and is thawing out. The spirit has shown Scrooge how to be merry again".
  • Symbolism
  • The ghost of Christmas yet to come is supposed to represent death. He has been leading Scrooge to his grave. Also it it symbolic for the ghost can only point and can't speak for the future is not set in stone yet.
  • "Am I the man who lay upon the bed"?
  • Scrooge
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