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  • Indirect Characterization- Stave One
  • "What may I put you down for?"
  • "Nothing... if they want to die let them and decrease the surplus population.
  • Symbolism- Stave Two
  • "Good heaven! I was bred in this place. I was a boy here."
  • Internal Conflict- Stave Two
  • "His partner lies upon the point of death, I hear. And there he sat quite alone. Quite alone in the world I do believe."
  • The scene helps indirectly characterize Scrooge as a selfish, cold man. He shows no sympathy to the poor and does not care about their welfare. Scrooge values business more than being charitable and shows this in his encounter with two portly gentlemen.
  • Symbolism- Stave Three
  • The ghost is helping Scrooge look into his past. The candle on the ghost's head is symbolization. Everybody needs light to see. The light on the ghost is guiding Scrooge to the past.
  • Indirect Characterization- Stave Four
  • "We will never forget that poor soul... of Tiny Tim."
  • Scrooge cannot learn or regret parts of his past. He blocked it all out of his life. His loneliness as a child caused him to grow up and be the same way. When Scrooge sees how he broke up with Belle he regretted it because he did not know what he could of had.
  • Theme- The goodwill of Christmas Spirit
  • "I will honor Christmas in my heart,and try to keep it all year. I will live in the past, present, and the future... I will not shut out the lessons that they teach me."
  • The boy's name is Ignorance, and the girl's is Want. They are both doomed. Dickens is symbolizing poor people in the 1800's. They could not get get good education for a job which made them poor. They would be doomed growing up.-Shown by Christmas Present.
  • In the future if nothing is altered, Tiny Tim will die. This does not stop anybody from thinking of the great spirit of such a poor child. Tim is indirectly characterizing a young Jesus. No matter alive or dead people ask how Jesus would react to their actions.
  • Scrooge has taken lesson from the past, present, and future. He sees how his life could end and regrets it. Dickens' universal theme "The goodwill of Christmas Spirit" can be advanced on. Dickens is explaining that everyone should have the happy spirit all year long.
  • Ebenezer Scrooge
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