Christmas Carol Project

Christmas Carol Project
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  • ¨I´ll see you in Hell.¨
  • ¨Don´t be angry, uncle. Come! Dine with us tomorrow.¨
  • ¨Are there no prisons?¨
  • ¨At this festive season of the year, Mr. Scrooge,¨ ¨it is more than usually desirable that we should make some slight provision for the poor.
  • Mr. Scrooge was a greedy, cold hearted man, who did not care about anybody. ¨No warmth could warm, no wintry chill weather chill him. No wind that blew was bitterer than he.¨ 
  • Spirit said Scrooge, with an interest, tell me will Tiny Tim Live?¨! Say he will be spared!¨
  • One day Scrooge`s nephew, Fred, stopped  by Scroogeś office to invite him to his Christmas Party but Scrooge was very rude. He did not want to celebrate Christmas and would rather be alone then spend time with family.
  • ¨Yes,”  That is my name, and I fear it may not be pleasant to you. Allow me to ask your pardon. And will you have the goodness¨
  • Two portly gentlemen stopped by in need of money. They knew of Scrooge`s wealth and they needed money to help out their families. They were hoping he would help them since it was Christmas, Scrooge starred at them and asked if there were any prisons because Scrooge believed the poor should go to jail if they could not pay their debts. He was too greedy to give his money away.
  • ¨A merrier Christams Bob, my good fellow, than I have given you for many a year! I`ll raise your salary, and endeavor to assist your struggling family.¨
  •  This scene shows that Scrooge is changing because when the Ghost of Christmas past shows him the scene of Tiny Tim he actually worries about Tiny Tim. Scrooge is eager to know if TIny Tim will survive. 
  • This scene shows the change in Scrooge´s character.  In the beginning of the story Scrooge did not give any money to the portly gentlemen and he told them they belonged in prison and he kicked them out of his office.  Scrooge realizes he was selfish. He is now kind and generous and gives these poor gentlemen  money.
  • ¨ Lord bless me!¨
  • This final scene shows Scrooge helping out his clerk Bob Cratchit. Scrooge realized that he had treated Bob badly all these years. He knew Bob needed money for his family, especially to help Tiny Tim.  Scrooge wanted Bob to have the best Christmas ever and not worry about his family. Scrooge became a warm hearted, kind and selfless person. 
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