To end, Scrooge finally says something that makes Yet to Come take Scrooge to the present and redeem himself, “I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all year. I will live in the Past, Present, and the Future. The spirits of all three shall strive within me.” Alas, Scrooge has, soon enough, found the key to a happy rest of his
than many a year. I’ll raise your salary and endeavor to assist your struggling family…” Scrooge declares. “A Christmas Carol,” includes literary elements that bring out the theme as it applies to character. The ghosts of Christmas take Ebenezer Scrooge on a journey through the past, present, and future in hopes of changing his behavior towards others, and they succeed. The message the play gave was awareness to the empathy Scrooge felt towards those who were less fortunate than himself and how they manage to continue to thrive.
In the play, Scrooge changes too, but it is because of a different reason. He changed in the play because one of his friends told him he needed to, and this changes the theme because he is no longer changing because he got a different perspective, but he is changing because he got another opinion, and those are two completely different things. As far as tone, one of the best examples of a difference that affects it is the Cratchits house. In the novel, the mother is complaining about how they do not get paid enough, you cannot see any happiness, the meal appears pretty sad and there are words such as “withered little hand”. In the play, the family is laughing, running around, the children are putting on a play and the meal looks a lot better.
He mistreats his employees. Could this kind of person change? This scenario comes alive in A Christmas Carol with Ebenezer Scrooge. A Christmas Carol is a story about Scrooge and the visits of 3 spirits to help him change his ways. Each of the spirits gives Scrooge insight on his life until he eventually turns his view on the world around.
Scrooge’s Transformation Essay In the Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, the main character, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by three spirits, past, present, and future. When the spirits take Scrooge to the past present and future, Scrooge undergoes a major transformation Dickens demonstrates this by showing that Scrooge changed from a lonely, greedy man, that didn’t like Christmas and dislike people to a generous man that likes Christmas and was more accepting of other people. Dickens shows this change through Scrooge’s actions while traveling through time with the spirits. In the beginning of the story, Scrooge was a lonely greedy man. He also hated Christmas and didn’t like other people.
The second ghost that visited showed him in the present all the poor people that were enjoying themselves even one of his workers Bob Cratchit and his family and tried to make him see sense and joy in Christmas. The final spirit showed Christmas in the future and made Scrooge sees what would happen if he didn't change. After every spirit that visited each one made him realise how important Christmas is and that helping others benefits you and others around
He takes hold of the axe and, cuts off the knight’s head. Before going away, the Green Knight reminds Sir Gawain to seek him a year later at the Green Chapel. One year later, on Christmas Day, Sir Gawain begins to seek the Green Chapel and the Green Knight. The chivalric quest begins. In this context, the aim of this paper is to analyze the view of Sir Gawain’s quest in terms of its reality or not, and whether he is a perfect knight or not.
Hero’s that learn to become a hero along the way don’t have an unusual birth. In The Hobbit Bilbo never had an unusual birth but, lived as a normal hobbit. In the beginning of The Hobbit, we meet our main character and our Hero, Bilbo Baggins. His life is pretty boring he is afraid of adventure and the outside world. Before the hero can go on his journey they must get a call to adventure.
For example, Alaska explains to Pudge how you can get stuck in the labyrinth. “You spend your whole life stuck in the labyrinth, thinking about how you’ll escape it one day, and how awesome it will be, and imagining that future keeps you going, but you never do it. You just use the future to escape the present” (John Green, 54). In this passage Alaska expounds how you can get caught in the labyrinth. Alaska elucidates that the labyrinth is life and you can get caught in the suffering of life but work to move forward to change your past.
Fred knows Scrooge will not accept, but perhaps knowing Scrooge is the only blood family he has left, he makes an effort. Scrooge then experiences a series phenomenons until the ultimate temporary return of Jacob Marley, in the form a visually transparent ghost covered and