Christmas Carol Project

Christmas Carol Project

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  • Money Doesn't buy Happiness
  • "What idol has displaced you?"
  • ""Our contract is an old one. It was made when we were both poor... You are changed" (638).
  • "A golden one"
  • Money Doesn't buy Happiness
  • "And therefore, uncle, though it has never put a scrap of gold or silver in my pocket, I believe that it has done me good and will do me good" (622).
  • Money Doesn't buy Happiness
  • "He has given us plenty of merriment, I am sure" (654).
  • In this scene, young Scrooge is talking to his girlfriend Belle. She's talking about how she doesn't want to be with him anymore because he's so into money and she doesn't think she cares about him, which ties back to the theme money doesn't buy happiness. It brings pain to Belle and Scrooge.
  • Money Doesn't buy Happiness
  • "It was old enough now, and dreary enough; for nobody lived in it but Scrooge, and other rooms being all let out as offices" (624)
  • In this scene, Fred, Scrooge's nephew, is talking about how he doesn't usually get a whole lot of money and he isn't very rich, but he's happy even without it, which ties back to the theme that money doesn't buy happiness. Fred doesn't need money to be happy. 
  • Money Doesn't buy Happiness
  • "' A merry Christmas to us all, my dears. God bless us! (648)'"
  • In this scene, Fred has a couple of his friends over and they are having a very fun time, dancing and playing games. Not everyone is so rich, but they are having a very fun time and are all happy which shows the theme of the story, money doesn't buy happiness. 
  • Money Doesn't buy Happiness
  • "He was so fluttered and so glowing with his good intentions..." (666).
  • In this scene, Scrooge is sitting by himself at home, and is very lonely. This shows that money doesn't always buy happiness because he is pretty rich, but lonely and kind of sad and angry showing that money doesn't buy happiness. 
  • In this scene, the Cratchit's are all at their house dining. They aren't rich at all, but in this scene it shows they are very happy, which shows the theme, money doesn't buy happiness because they're all happy but not rich at all. 
  • In this scene, Scrooge is "back" from begin with the ghost of Christmas Future, and he is glad to be home and is so excited and happy to be alive. This ties to the theme money doesn't buy happiness, because this has nothing to do with money and he's so happy.
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