Christmas Carol

Christmas Carol

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  • A Christmas Carol Final Project, by Justin Kilduff
  • People can always change for the better
  • "No. I should like to be able to say a word or two to my clerk just now," pg 638.
  • "Are spirit's lives so short?" pg 654
  • "I am not the man I was," pg 66
  • This is just the start of Scrooge changing for the better. He was given a chance to change and he is changing. Scrooge is currently visiting his past. This is making him change. His memory's bring back moments to him and mistakes he made. This is what is changing him for the better.
  • "An intelligent boy," 666
  • Scrooge was starting to care about others and their well being. The spirit of Christmas Present is about to leave Scrooge. Scrooge is worried about what is going to happen to him. Scrooge has not cared for someone in a long time. This shows a change in Scrooge's mindset.
  • The End
  • Scrooge has changed fully. Scrooge is begging the spirit to bring him back. Scrooge wants to put what he learned into actions. Scrooge does not want to be mean anymore. He wants to enjoy life and make others happier. Scrooge has the power to make others happy. Scrooge has promised to make others happier and not be the same person he used to be. 
  • Scrooge is back after being visited from all the spirits. Scrooge has become nicer and happier. Scrooge is asking this kid to get food for the Cratchits. Scrooge is paying the kid to do this. Scrooge has finally changed all the way. Scrooge is kinder and cares. Scrooge has changed for the better.
  • People can always change for the better.
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