A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley

A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley
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  • Resolution
  • I'll give you half-a-crown! 
  • Don't let my brother in on this!
  •  Theme 
  • Theme
  • Symbolism and Indirect Characterization   
  • Symbolism: The chains represent all the things he didn't accomplish and those things are keeping him grounded in the physical world
  • Indirect Characterization: the grumpy way Scrooge talks in the beginning gives you the idea that he isn't the nicest person. The way Scrooge doesn't want anyone to take Christmas off gives you the idea that he doesn't think highly of it and he doesn't have positive thoughts about it. 
  • Scrooge is generous to everyone especially those he wronged. 
  • The theme of "A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley" is don't take what you have for granted. In the story in says," What reason have you to be to be morose?" it also says that if things don't change Tiny Tim will die. It means don't take happiness and life for granted. That is the theme of "A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley."
  • Symbolism is meaning one thing and representing something else. Indirect Characterization is showing details about a character that helps you understand their personality and thoughts.
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