The dialogue and lyrics are straightforward and full of ironic elements, which bring a lot of fun to enjoy. The transition from lines into a song is pretty smooth. For example, when Shrek is “hurt” by what Fiona says and his anger reaches a climax, he naturally starts to sing to express his emotion. In addition, the music, which embraces several styles such as pop, rock and jazz, also add dynamics into the show. So in sum, the writing of the show is appealing.
The dad said “Santa might get you that for Christmas”. Beside them was a dog that was looking at the toys and he wanted a home so he said “can I come home with you”? So then the baby said “ok you can come home with us Then they went into the toy store to look at the toys but when they went a voice said “CONGRATS YOU ARE OUR 1,000th CUSTOMER”.
Christmas time brings quite a bit of feelings to countless people. Depending on the person it may lead to happiness, fun, and excitement. It can also have numerous people feeling sad, lonely and stressed. However, one feeling that several people share is belief or disbelief at this time of year in Santa Claus. Belief and disbelief in Santa Claus, this is the main aspect of the movie, Miracle on 34th Street that we will discuss over the next few pages.
The spirit signaled will be and Scrooge was terrified. Scrooge pleaded and the Spirit’s pointing wavered. Scrooge rejoiced, “Oh, Good Spirit, I see by your wavering that your good nature...pities me,” then Scrooge promised, “I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year... I will not shut out the lessons that they teach.” (pg. 720)
Another reason that the commercials main rhetorical strategy is funny fear is that the commercial is funny. There are many things about this commercial that make it funny. It starts out as a man portraying himself as the spring breeze, which is very different and unique. Then he blows paper towels into a burning stove eye.
The spots that call for song are interesting because they lighten each one and provide a bit of comic relief. In the third act likewise the musical aspect helps take away from the serious nature of what’s going on and understand the world the play takes place in. In the third act, Mr. Burns is preparing to kill Bart, which in nature is a serious thing; however, there is singing that takes place. This distracts from the serious nature of the scene. The play’s sounds all have an essential role in
Christmas is a jolly, time for everyone to visit family, eat, and give presents as well as receive them. In A Christmas Carol, it’s Christmastime and everyone is jolly, spreading Christmas cheer, except Mr. Scrooge. Mr. Scrooge is avoided by everyone and often frightens people, not to mention he ’s mean. He also he also doesn’t like Christmas, so every year, his family has to spread the joy without him.
(t)The graphic novel of the Christmas Carol displays that it is easier to read and visualize the story, proving that the graphic novel is better for students.(r) The visuals of the graphic novel help explain what the story is about, through pictures. Most students are visual learners, and the visuals of the graphic novel can give a better understanding for students. (E) On page 41, box 2 through 5, the visuals and the face expressions of Scrooge show how he was shocked and terrified to see his name on the isolated grave that the spirit was pointing at.
A Christmas Carol is a classical story that Charles Dickens writes. The reader may have heard of this classic at some point in their lives because of the wide popularity it gained from all the films, plays and parodies that people created based on the story. The author sets the story in 1843 on a very chilly night of Christmas Eve with the main protagonist Ebenezer Scrooge, an ignorant and greedy man who excludes himself from the rest of his community and couldn’t care less about anyone or anything in exception of his money and business. On this cold and frigid night the ghost of Scrooge’s deceased business partner Jacob Marley pays a visit to warn Scrooge in advance about three ghosts: The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future who
All books come from somewhere, and have its own unique story that can connect to the author in a special way. In the novel, A Christmas Carol written by Charles Dickens, an old miserable man, Ebenezer Scrooge, has a deep hatred for Christmas. During Scrooge's nighttime sleep, he receives a visitation from three spirits, Ghost of Christmas Past, representing memory; the Ghost of Christmas Present portraying celebration, charity, and holiday spirit. Lastly, the Ghost of Christmas Future illustrates the horror of death. The three ghosts inspire Scrooge to become kind-hearted, caring, and overall a better person.
An example of indirect characterization in A Christmas Carol is when the clerk asked Scrooge if he could take a day off from work and Scrooge replies by saying, “ ‘A poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!’ ” We learn many things about Scrooge in this passage, the first thing we learn is that Scrooge hates Christmas. As mentioned, Scrooge thinks that Christmas robs money from people. We also learn that Scrooge doesn't treat his employees well, we know this from the tone of his voice. The effect of revealing Scrooge’s traits indirectly is to help the readers understand Scrooge’s thoughts about the Christmas holiday.