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  • indirect characterization
  • the school is not quite deserted, a solitary child, neglected by his friends is left alone.
  • symbolism
  • the strangest thing about it was, that from the crown of its head there sprang a bright clear jet of light, by which all this visible.
  • indirect characterization
  • then all the cratchit family drew round the hearth in what bob cratchit called a circle meaning half a one.
  • the ghost of Christmas past shows scrooge a scene from his past where he was alone on Christmas this shows why scrooge doesn't like Christmas, because he never had a good experience with it.
  • internal conflict
  • the ghost symbolism a candle. the candle is symbolising the light that guides scrooge through his past. later in the story scrooge tries to put out the light on the ghosts head and lose the guide because he cant handle his past.
  • theme
  • it was always said of him that he knew how to keep christmas well, iof any man alive possessed the knowlege
  • in this scene it shows the reader that the Cratchits are poor and do not have a lot but they make the best of it and they value family more than money unlike scrooge.
  • symbolism
  • scrooge has a conflict with his past self when he left belle for money and he cant stand what he has done and tries to put out the ghosts light that is guiding him with his cap.
  • remove me! i cannot bear it!
  • in this scene it shows th etheme to have the christmas spirit all the time and be thankful for what you have, because someone always has it worse.
  • the chains around Jacob Marley's ghost were symbolising all the things bad he valued in life and they are wore as heavy chains to weigh him down in pain.
  • the chain he drew was clasped about his middle. it was long, and wound and wound about him like a tail, and was made of cashboxes, keys, padlocks,ledgers,deeds, and heavy purses wrought in steel.
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