Christmas Carol

Christmas Carol

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  • Theme
  • Indirect Characterization
  • Internal Conflict
  • "I have come to bring you home, dear brother!"
  • Theme - Throughout the story, even though The Cratchits are very poor, they are always happy and cheerful for the holiday season.
  • Symbolism
  • Indirect Characterization - Scrooge used to be cheerful about Christmas, but as he grew older he became more grumpy.
  • Indirect Characterization
  • Internal Conflict - When Scrooge was a boy, he was alone for christmas and this contributed to why Scrooge feels the way he does about christmas now.
  • Theme
  • Symbolism - When Scrooge tried to get rid of the light and the ghost would not leave, it symbolizes that scrooge cannot change his past, he could only change his future.
  • Indirect Characterization - Scrooge is indirectly selfish and stingy through his working critic. After his clerk spent the day working for Scrooge, Scrooge returned the favor by only giving the man one piece of coal. This action shows that scrooge is selfish and does not want to give away any of his coal.
  • Theme - As the story continued, the Ghost of Christmas Present began using Scrooge's own mean and hurtful words against him. He is showing Scrooge how hurtful his words are and that he should not say things about people when he has not walked a mile in their shoes.
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