Carlton's Christmas Carol #Alliteration

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  • Indirect Characterization
  • Bah Humbug! I hate everything!
  • p 621
  • The Cratchit Home
  • Theme
  • Merry Christmas!
  • Merry Christmas!
  • A merry Christmas to all, my dears!
  • Merry Christmas!
  • p 648
  • Internal Conflict
  • Have they no refuge or resource?
  • Are there no prisons? Are there no workhouses?
  • p 654
  • Charles Dickens indirectly shows Scrooge is an unfriendly person by the way everyone avoids him on the street. Even the blind man's dog steers clear of Scrooge.
  • Symbolism
  • p 657
  • The Cratchit family is having a good time and wishing each other a merry Christmas. The theme is the joy of Christmas. This is something Scrooge never could enjoy because he hated Christmas due to key events in his past.
  • Theme
  • Have I ever sought release?
  • In words. No. Never
  • p 638
  • Scrooge feels bad for the two children Want and Ignorance. However, his previous words create a conflict inside him.
  • Indirect Characterization
  • Pooh, pooh!
  • p 625
  • The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is completely silent, and only directs Scrooge with its hand. The ominous silence forebodes Scrooge's dreadful future.
  • Will you not speak to me?
  • An ongoing theme in the story is the effects of selfishness. Scrooge chose money over his fiance, so he led a solitary cold life.
  • In what then?
  • In a changed nature, in an altered spirit, another atmosphere of life, another Hope as its great end.
  • Scrooge does not believe that he saw Marley's face in the knocker, even though he clearly saw it. After he checks the back of the door, Scrooge says "Pooh, pooh!" because he does not believe his own eyes.
  • BY CARLTON MEREDITH
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