A Christmas Charol

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  • This shows the theme the power of imagination.Since Scrooge did not want to believe that there was a ghost sitting right next to him, the power of his imagination convinced him it was real.
  • "'Who and what are you?'"
  • "'I am the Ghost of Christmas Past."'
  • When the Ghost of Christmas past was showing Scrooge past memories, one of the boys was left alone at school, with no friends and the boy was Scrooge. This shows an internal conflict to show why scrooge hates Christmas.
  • "A solitary child, neglected by his friends, is left there still."
  • This shows that scrooge is selfish and greedy. Scrooge tells Bob Cratchit that he can not have Christmas day off. Later on in the staves scrooge starts to regret this.
  • "'If quite convenient, sir."
  • "'A poor excuse for picking a mans pocket every twenty-fifth of December."'
  • When dickens shows Belle breaking up with scrooge he shows that even the people that love scrooge could see him changing into a greedy mean man. This shows scrooge that Scrooge will never be happy until he changes.
  • "'May you be happy in the life you have chosen!' She left him and they parted"
  • Dickens indirrectly characterizes scrooge when he saw Marley's face in the knocker, by showing the reader that even though scrooge comes off as scary and fearless he still gets scared when he sees Marley.
  • "Saw in the knocker...but Marley's face."
  • This show that Scrooge is changing because earlier in the story he said all poor people should just work, go to prison or die and now he is showing concern for poor children.
  • "'Have they no resource? Have they no refuge?"'
  • "Are there no prisons? Are there no workhouses?"'
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