“The righteousness of the blameless keeps his ways straight, but the wicked falls by his own wickedness”(Prov. 11:5). The story, “A Christmas Carol”, is about a cold-hearted man named Scrooge who transforms himself into a jolly, kind man when three Ghosts teach Scrooge about the spirit of Christmas. In the story, Charles Dickens illustrates the theme of how no one is past redemption through the transformation of Scrooge’s personality by the lessons of the Spirits. At the beginning of the story, Scrooge’s selfish personality is revealed, and the Ghost of Christmas Past comes and shows him the memories and truth of his life long ago.
Grandpa bob is kind to me because he is funny, helps out a lot with sports and gives the best Christmas gifts. Grandpa Bob is the funniest person I know. Just to be funny, he will pull his pants up to his belly button and sometimes in public places. Grandpa Bob is the most popular person at his work because he 's so funny. He also gives me an laugh when I need one.
I awaited the Spirit’s support for Scrooge's new-found sense of selflessness, along with the Spirit being depicted comforting Scrooge when the Spirit tells Scrooge that Tiny Tim is destined to die. What contributed to my shock was the fact that the Spirit of the Present is conveyed as the most friendly of the three spirits Scrooge encounters throughout the book. This is because the Spirit of the Present is first presented to readers eating a jolly feast with plenty of guests, joyfully passing down food. Furthermore, the passage puzzled me because it shows Scrooge transforming from a selfish man to a caring old man. However, as Scrooge is already changing from the beginning of his journey with the Spirit of the Present, I wondered why does Scrooge need to visit a third ghost.
Scrooge had only one friend because he drew a hard bargain. I think Jacob came back to haunt Scrooge to teach him how to be a more of a kind person.Scrooge's nephew, pays his uncle a visit and invites him to his once a year Christmas party. Two broad gentlemen also came by to ask Scrooge for a donation to their charity. Scrooge reacts to the holiday visitors with resentment, spitting out an hostile statement in response to his nephew's "Merry Christmas!" The second ghost to visit Scrooge was the Ghost of Christmas Past.
A Christmas Carol Essay A cold-hearted sinner, Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol has been called one of the most dynamic characters in literature. He changed in many ways from the beginning to the end of the book. Scrooge changed from a miser to a giver, an antisocial to a man who enjoys conversation, and a grump who no one likes to a kinder man whom is loved by everybody. At the beginning of the book, Scrooge would not give anything to anyone. He would only let his clerk have one coal to keep himself warm even in the winter.
When Scrooge realized this he became helpful and nice. A way he showed his new look on life was to donate money to the workhouses, the poor, and the gentleman visitor. When he gave them money he had no hesitation and was very plentiful in quantity. What Scrooge realized in scene six of the play, was if he does not pay Bob Cratchit, his employee, enough money, one of his family members named Tiny Tim will soon die. Scrooge helped himself and the community when he
The novella begins by introducing the protagonist, Ebenezer Scrooge. He is an extremely wealthy, but selfish and gauche old man. Due to past experiences, his outlook on mankind and the world at large is jaded, and this is especially true on Christmas. While the rest of the world is preparing to celebrate he is instead reminded of everything
Sometimes it made her cry. They treat her that way because the only friend she has is a seven year old boy who can’t help her.. People make her cry but she is a kind and sweet person. She gives the little boy a dime every Saturday. She bakes fruitcakes for Christmas and gives them to people who she
Did you know that someone could change overnight? Well in the novella A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, a character named Ebenezer Scrooge emphasizes what change really is very well. Scrooge is visited by three spirits the night of Christmas Eve and they show him his past, present, and his future. One of the themes of A Christmas Carol would be that it is never too late to change. You might not have thought it was possible but if Scrooge can change you can
Closer to the end than the beginning of Lowry's book, The Giver gives Jonas his favorite memory of a family eating dinner at christmas and, They call the feeling in the memory Love, In the book Jonas has a deep brotherly love for his brother gabe and when jonas learns of love he tells gabe all about it. Also in the book the giver and Jonas make a plan for Jonas to escape the community so all the memories can be released, But things change in their plan they have decided to kill gabe. There is another moment of love with the giver and rosemary The Giver’s daughter, Jonas in lowry’s book says,” It had that wonderful feeling with it. You told me it was love.” Then The Giver says, “You can understand, then that’s what I felt for Rosemary… I loved her.”(pg 176-177 lowry) The second reason is In the book The Giver there is sacrifice. Like his love for gabe he risks his own life to save gabe that maybe he can save gabe and himself.