christmas carol storyboard

christmas carol storyboard

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  • Indirect Characterization
  • I am here tonight to warn you that you have yet a chance and hope of escaping my fate.
  • Symbolism
  • I am here to show you that Christmas is not a bad thing.
  • Internal Conflict
  • I should like to be able to say a few words to my clerk rgiht now, that's all.
  • The ghost of Jacob Marley comes back to warn Scrooge that he needs to change or else Scrooge will have to experience the same fate. This shows Marley has changed and indirectly characterizes him as remorseful.
  • Indirect Characterization
  • Mr. Scrooge, I'm cold.
  • Too bad!
  • The ghost of Christmas Past has a glowing light coming from his head, which is symbolic. It's symbolic because this is the light that leads Scrooge through his past and lead him towards becoming a better person.
  • Theme
  • May God bless us all!
  • Scrooge feels regret for his actions when he sees how well Fezziwig treated him as his boss, and he wishes he would have been a better boss and treated Bob Cratchit, his clerk, better than he currently does. The conflict being, he struggles with how he acted.
  • Symbolism
  • Scrooge, if you do not change now, you will have the same terrible fate as me.
  • Scrooge kept the coal box in his own room, so Bob Cratchit, his clerk was always cold. This indirectly characterizes Scrooge as selfish and cheap because he refuses to give any more than one coal to his clerk, when he has lots to give.
  • The Cratchits are poor, but they are a happy family and love each other. The theme is the effects of love, as they love each other despite their flaws, and as a result, they are a happy family
  • The ghost of Marley is covered in chains that he forged for himself during his lifetime. These chains symbolize the mistakes Marley made while he was alive have an effect on him in his afterlife, and they weigh him down.
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