a christmas carole

a christmas carole
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  • Theme
  • Theme: One's transformation Is achievable if there is a drive to change. 
  •  Scrooge
  • "Scrooge! A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching covetous old sinner. "
  • Realization
  • There was a boy singing a Christmas carol at my door last night. I should like to have given him something. 
  •  In the story, 'A Christmas Carole' there are many themes. A prominent theme is One's transformation is achievable if there is a drive to change.
  • Drive To Change
  • Listen, boy, I want you to go order a very large turkey to have delivered to the Cratchit's. 
  • Scrooge is quite a nasty old man. At one point being referred to by the narrator as "Scrooge! A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching covetous old sinner." During Stave One of A Christmas Carole, Scrooge is really a toxic old man who radiates negative energy.
  • Scrooge's True Colors
  • A Merry Christmas to you all!
  • Scrooge's realization of how bad he treats people grows more and more apparent with him feeling more and more guilty, until all of a sudden he sees how bad he really is and decides he's gonna change. One of Scrooge's first signs of showing guilt for his negative actions is seen when he is being visited by the ghost of Christmas Past. The Scene above depicts what happens.  Finally, Scrooge's guilt gets the better him when he realizes that nobody will care when he dies. This is the turning point for Scrooge when he decides he's gonna change and become a better person. 
  • Scrooge's realization of how bad he treats people grows more and more apparent with him feeling more and more guilty, until all of a sudden he sees how bad he really is and decides he's gonna change. One of Scrooge's first signs of showing guilt for his negative actions is seen when he is being visited by the ghost of Christmas Past. The Scene above depicts what happens.  Finally, Scrooge's guilt gets the better him when he realizes that nobody will care when he dies. This is the turning point for Scrooge when he decides he's gonna change and become a better person. 
  • The End
  • Once Scrooge has found the drive to change, he works at it and stays true to it very much. The change in Scrooge's actions are very apparent.  It is shown when Scrooge who was once a greedy man, buys the most generous feast he can for Bob Cratchit and his family.  Also, Scrooge is very nice to his housemaid.
  • In the end, Scrooge is left a changed man and achieved this through his will to change.  Throughout the story, you can see the theme develope, as Scrooge realizes how he's a bad person and decides he wants to change, and then how his actual attitude towards life and others changes.
  • Thankyou, I hope you enjoyed. 
  • THE END
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