Christmas Carol

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  • Theme
  • Hahaha!!
  • Hahahahah!
  • Symbolism
  • Please spirit, make it stop!
  • Indirect Characterization
  • Fine, but you need to come in extra early the next day.
  • Can I have the day off tomorrow, for Christmas?
  • Scrooge sees how happy Belle's family is even though they are poor. Scrooge is not poor, but is unhappy and cruel. Which shows the importance of family.
  • Internal Conflict
  • He is all alone again, poor boy!
  • Scrooge tries to hide the light of the ghost of Christmas past. Scrooge can not hide the light, because the light represents his past and since he can't hide it, the scene shows how you can not hide from your past.
  • Symbolism
  • They are want and ignorance, the faults of mankind.
  • Scrooge and Marley
  • Who are they spirit?
  • When Scrooge does not want to give Bob Cratchit a day off for Christmas it shows Scrooge's character. He is uneasy to care for his employee's family life showing how cruel Scrooge was.
  • Indirect Characterization
  • No, go away, if the poor people want to die they better do it.
  • Mr.Scrooge, would you like to donate to the poor for Christmas?
  • Scrooge is very upset when he sees himself during his lonely childhood. A tear even goes down his eye as he remembers the pain of being alone. Scrooge is having a conflict between memories of his former self and who he is in the present.
  • The Ghost of Christmas present represents the joy of Christmas, but he has two children clinging to him which represent want and ignorance. They are the faults of mankind while the ghost is what is good about mankind, like how people are not grateful and want what others have.
  • Scrooge's character is shown when he does not give the men asking for money for the poor anything. Scrooge just says horrible things about the poor showing how ungrateful Scrooge was.
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