A Christmas Carol

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  • Theme
  • "how i wish i could say a few words to my clerk right now"
  • Indirect Characterization
  • STOP SINGING CHRISTMAS MUSIC I HATE CHRISTMAS
  • AHHHHHHH!
  • Internal Conflict
  • poor boy
  • The ghost of Christmas present bring Scrooge to his old boss Mr. Fezzywig Christmas party a Scrooge realizes that he should have been nicer to his clerk Bob Chitchat this is showing theme because scrooge learns the power of Christmas joy.
  • Sybolism
  • "before i draw near to that stone to witch you point answer me one question ... or shadows of things that might be only"(663)
  • This is showing indirect Characterization towards Scrooge because It is showing that Scrooge hates Christmas and everything that has to do with Christmas .
  • Sybolism
  • This is when the ghost of Christmas past shows scrooge is Christmas is from when he was in bording school sitting alone in his room ready books this is internal conflict because scrooge realizes how lonely he is and he notices that he should not have chased away the boy who was singing Christmas carols because he could have been lonely too.
  • Theme
  • These people can enjoy Christmas even tho they are away from there family
  • When scrooge walks into a room he sees a big man who is happy a jolly and he has a huge fest around him. This man is the the ghost of Christmas present and he symbolizes Santa claws because we can relate the two.
  • The ghost of Christmas yet to come symbolizes the Grim Reaper. He symbolizes the grim reaper because he blends into the dark and does not talk he only points.
  • this is theme because scrooge is learning the power of Christmas joy. The ghost of Christmas present brings scrooge to a light house and shows him how even tho the people in the light house have to spend Christmas without there family they can still enjoy christmas .
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