In Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Who Stole Christmas it is very evident that the Grinch is a very miserable, dark and sad who. His negative views of the holiday season and familial activities and traditions must come from a very negative and lonely upbringing. The Grinch’s childhood and family life must have been very difficult because it is very hard for someone to decide they don't enjoy such a cheerful holiday season out of the blue. The Grinch must have had little to no family growing up, and seeing all the other Whos being surrounded by family and love must make him very jealous and upset. It is also possible that something horrible happened to the Grinch around the Christmas season.
In the original story of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, there is a simple and easy to follow plot. To begin, Dr. Seuss introduces us to the Grinch and shows us his cranky outlook on life, especially the Whos and their Christmas season. The Grinch is determined to take Christmas
“How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” by the illustrious author, Dr. Seuss, is a classic children’s story written in rhymed verse and published in 2000. The story follows a malevolent creature called the “Grinch,” who didn’t like Christmas the slightest bit primarily for its supposedly excessive joy and happiness. He attempts to stop Christmas in the town by stealing trees and presents, but later towards the end, realizes his wickedness. The school of criticism that best interprets this story is an archetypal analysis. Archetypes are a recurrent image or symbol in literature and is recognizable as an element of one’s literary experience as a whole.
In Dr. Seuss’s poem “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas”, the author focuses on Marxism and the effects it has on society. Marxism or Marxist criticism analysis literature in an economical view point and considers the main issues to be economical privilege or lack thereof. In the poem, it starts off stating that the Grinch did not like Christmas because “his head wasn't screwed on just right. It could be, perhaps, that his shoes were too tight” this seems to imply that the Grinch didn’t have proper education due to financial issues and as a result, he couldn’t think properly. The term “his shoes were too tight” also seems to suggest financial problems as normal people get new shoes when their shoes become too tight.
The Grinch symbolize a villainous person as he went great extent to harm the who's. It was clear that the poet exemplified this through the metaphor about his heart being two sizes too small. A heart represents love and since his heart is small it symbolizes hatred. Moving on it was clear
How the Grinch Stole Christmas”, also known as “The Grinch”, is a 2000 family-based, Christmas-themed, comedy film delivered by Universal and Imagine Entertainment and based on the 1957 children’s picture book written by Dr. Seuss of the same name. Directed by Ron Howard (who also directed “Splash”, “Rush”, and “The Dilemma”), “The Grinch” was the first full-length feature film adapted from the series of outstanding and beloved Dr. Seuss tales. Since the film was the first to be based off one of Seuss’s famous children's books, many additions had to be made to the storyline to make the film fit the era’s “standards” by bringing it up to feature-length, leaving the young and older audience intrigued, and most importantly keeping the legacy of Dr. Seuss's works intact. In addition, this included adding some vivid information about the
The ghost took Scrooge into the Cratchit's home and Scrooge was confused because he thought the more money you have the happier the Christmas. Scrooge then realized Christmas isn’t all about money, but family. Stave 4-Fear The main idea in stave 4 is fear. The ghost of Christmas past takes Scrooge to the future, he experiences heartbreak. Fear definitely takes place in this story because Scrooge experienced details he didn’t want to know.
The school of criticism that best interprets Dr.Suess’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas is archetypal criticism. This poem follows the archetypal pattern, where the Grinch leaves his house on a quest to stop Christmas from coming to Whoville. How the Grinch Stole Christmas is an obvious example of “Good and Light vs Evil and Darkness” the Grinch representing evil and the Who’s representing good. “The Grinch hated Christmas! The whole Christmas season!” Christmas is seen as something joyful and family oriented which the Who’s admire, while on the other hand the Grinch despises such festivities.
The ghost of Christmas present Show Scrooge his past when he has a work when bob and his family were eating turkey and tiny and his family were eating turkey and tiny Timmy if they don’t give them money tiny timi will die the ghost of Christmas present he was very fat he never is sad he is always leafing to transport place to place he use a torch with fire he was one of the tree ghost he was the second ghost he has a lot of bear at the end of the tour of the past Christmas they went to the inside of a gig clock and when it was 12:00pm he will be bad like all of the 3 ghost because at the end they are mad but when it starts the ghost are very good but at 12:00pm the ghost of Christmas present he was bad an appear too small people down of his feet’s that they were very mad and they want to atac
Cratchit his poor employ at Christmas Eve dinner.They have hardly a meal but they are still happy.Mr. Cratchit’s wife is not happy with Scrooge.His nephew Fred doesn't think fondly of him either.Scrooge is shown to children ,Ignorance and Want.He is shown the poor and the homeless this is where Scrooge is left. (movie