A Christmas Carol

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  • Your welfare... your reclamation, then. Take heed!
  • Symbolism
  • He then made bold to inquire what business brought him there
  • Indirect Characterization
  • Many can't go there; and many would rather die
  • If they would rather die...they has better do it and decrease the surplus population
  • Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to the old man, wherever he is... he wouldn't take it from me, but may he have it!
  • Symbolism
  • To Scrooge!
  • The Ghost of Christmas Past was there to visit Scrooge and light up his way. The light on his head symbolized a flashlight leading Scrooges way through his past.
  • Symbolism
  • For the first time the hand appeared to shake
  • Assure me that I yet may change these shadows you have shown me by an altered life
  • The conversation between the gentlemen and Scrooge indirectly characterizes Scrooge as cruel and greedy. He doesn't want to spend any of his money on the poor and keep it to himself.
  • Theme
  • The mother and daughter laughed heartily, and enjoyed it very much
  • The Ghost of Christmas Present symbolizes the joy and happiness in the world and how people are poor but still very happy.
  • Internal Conflict
  • Remove me... I can not bear it!
  • Quite alone in the world I do believe
  • The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come symbolizes Scrooges future as death. The ghost only points and never talks because he is scared for Scrooge and his future.
  • This shows the theme of A Christmas Carol because Belle and her family is very happy and full of love even though they have little money. This shows you do not need money to be happy.
  • When Scrooge saw how happy he could have been with Belle, he struggles to take it in. He is very mad and regrets his life decisions as he realizes it is in the past and he can not change it.
  • These were shadows of the things that have been... they are what they are do not blame me!
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