christmas carol

christmas carol

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  • Theme
  • "And away they came, flocking through the streets in their gayest faces. And at the same time there emerged, from scores of bystreets, lanes, and nameless turnings, innumerable people, carrying thier dinners to the bakers shops."
  • Symbolism
  • "A solitary child, neglected by his friends, and left there still."
  • Internal conflict
  • "No spirit! this cant be"!
  • Ebenezer Scrooge
  • The scene shows how people form all over come and cook there christmas dinner at the local barkery, having not enough money to make it themselves. this shows the theme of this scene is being poor is not shameful.
  • External conflict
  • "Marley? is that you"?
  • In this scene, Scrooge sees himself when he was younger, being alone in a classroom on Christmas. This symbolizes that loneliness isn't always the best option.
  • Indirect characterization
  • " I do. Merry Christmas! What right do you have to be merry? What reason have you to be merry? Your poor enough".
  • Scrooge is having an internal conflict in this scene with the spirit of what is yet to come, trying to cope with the fact that the dead body was really his all along. He feels very frightened, not wanting to be the man who nobody cared died. Knowing the guilt of his words he had said about not really caring if the poor had died or not.
  • Indirect characterization
  • "God bless everyone"!
  • In this scene, Marley goes and visits Scrooge in order to warn him of the three ghost of Christmas spirit. Scrooge dose not want any part in this, and yet Marley explains to him that he has no choice in the matter, that he had to listen to them before he too, would carry the same dreadful fate as Marley did.
  • Showing indirect characterization, Scrooge and his nephew, Fred are having a conversation about Christmas in this dialog. This scene goes to show how cruel Scrooge can be even to his own family members. (really his only family member) especially when Fred tries desperately to make a heart-felt effort to see and talk to his uncle.
  • "Christmas a humbug uncle! You don't mean that I'm sure?"
  • In this scene, Tiny Tim and his father Bob Cratchit are heading home from the church to have a Christmas dinner with there family. This shows indirectly how much Tiny Tim really is a very happy, and positive person even though it may be hard for him and his family at times.
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