A Christmas Carol Storyboard- Tyler Chiplock


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Storyboard Text

  • Symbolism
  • "God bless us every one!"
  • "A merry Christmas to us all, my dears. God bless us!"
  • Indirect Characterization
  • "A merry Christmas uncle! God save you!"
  • "Bah! Humbug!"
  • Internal Conflict
  • "Poor boy!"
  • Tiny Tim is symbolized as Jesus. Like Jesus, Tiny Tim can make any person, no matter how rich or poor, feel some sort of joy and happiness by what he says.
  • Theme
  • "If this had never been between us, tell me, would you seek me out and try to win me now? Ah no!"
  • Scrooge is indirectly characterized as a man who does not like Christmas. His nephew, Fred, walks in to the counting house and wishes him a merry Christmas. Scrooge then responds with a cold-hearted "Bah! Humbug!"
  • Indirect Characterization
  • "Leave me! Take me back. Haunt me no longer!"
  • This is a scene where Scrooge has an internal conflict. When he was a kid, he was always alone at Christmas and this made him very sad. This probably contributed to him despising Christmas all together as an old man.
  • Internal Conflict
  • The theme for this scene would be the effects of greed. Scrooge and his fiance, Belle, are right about to get married. But then Belle breaks up with Scrooge right before the wedding. She realizes that all he cares about is wealth and power and not about love or family.
  • "You think not."
  • This scene symbolizes that Scrooge will never be able to escape his past. When Scrooge pushes the Spirit's cap down on its head, he captures it, but there is still a light shining from beneath it, symbolizing that he cannot escape his past.
  • Scrooge has another internal conflict in this scene. Scrooge's sister, Fan, gives birth to Scrooge's nephew, Fred and hopes that he will take care of him. When Fan dies, instead of taking care of Fred, he neglects him and acts like a jerk to him. This makes Scrooge feel sad and he regrets the way he has treated his nephew.
  • "I have come to bring you home, dear brother!"
  • "Home, little Fan?"
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