A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol
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  • what right have you to be merry? you're poor enough
  • Indirect Characterization
  • a merry Christmas uncle! God save you
  • The way Scrooge talks to his nephew indirectly characterizes that Scrooge is a mean and selfish person
  • Theme
  • are you the spirit, sir, who's coming was foretold to me
  • A possible theme of this story is 'The importance of change" the ghost arrives, he shows Scrooge that he needs to change and become a better person
  • Symbolism
  • When Scrooge is left alone at school during the holidays, it symbolizes how he became the person he is now
  • Internal conflict
  • may you be happy in the life you have chosen
  • When Belle breaks up with Scrooge, he has an internal conflict because he knows that he is becoming mean and selfish and doesn't do anything about it
  • Symbolism
  • The Cratchit house symbolizes that, despite Scrooges beliefs, poor people do have things to be happy about
  • God bless us, everyone!
  • Indirect characterization
  • a merry christmas and a happy new year to the old man, whatever he is
  • The scene at Scrooges nephews house indirectly characterizes Scrooge by what people think about him
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