A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol
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  • Money does not bring happiness
  • "BAH! HUMBUG!"
  • "A poor excuse for picking a man's pocket every twenty-fifth of december! But i suppose you must have the whole day. Be here all the early next morning."
  • " Ha, ha,! Ha, ha, ha, ha,! He said that Christmas was a humbug, as i live! He believed it too!"
  •  Scrooge is a very wealthy man, but is always in a bad mood. Even if your extremely rich, it does not mean that you are always happy, and even if you are very poor, it does not mean that you are sad. 
  • "A merry Christmas to us all, my dears. God bless us!"
  • This quote represents the theme money does not bring happiness because Scrooge is a very wealthy man, and on Christmas he chooses to be grumpy, and is very lonely with no happiness at all. 
  • " May you be happy in the life you have chosen!"
  • This quote represents this theme because even though Fred's family is poor, he is still a happy fellow, and he and his family also realize that Scrooge has lots and lots of money but he is not happy, so the real things in life that count isn't money, or wealth, but its the good times and laughter that all pay off in the end. 
  • "A merry Christmas, and a happy new year to you!"
  • This quote represents the theme of the story because this is showing how even though Bob Cratchit's family is very poor, they are still happy and have lots of Christmas spirit within them. 
  • This quote represents the theme of the story because Scrooge began to come obsessed with money, and was almost making it his idol. When Belle realized this, she broke up with Scrooge and decided to have a better life with someone who isn't so consumed in money. After this happened to Scrooge, he was not happy at all. Even though he had all the money he wanted, he was not happy at all, and instead he was extremely sad that he lost the woman that he loved so much. 
  • This quote represents that money does not equal happiness because in this case, Scrooge is not worried about how much anything is going to cost him, he is just enjoying the presence of the people around him, and having a great time, while wishing them a merry Christmas. 
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