Character Analysis Of Scrooge In A Christmas Carol

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Greediness and bitterness. Angry and Unhappy. These personalities and emotions are experienced by this dynamic character. But, how will this bitter old man change into a man who is kind and happy of the man he is? Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”, a novel full of morals in which the protagonist experiences and learns from his actions and those around him. Ebenezer Scrooge, the main character, is introduced to be a loathsome person and has a callous attitude towards people. He is a man who lacks sympathy to the community, as he is a heartless miser however, these personalities of his will be approached by three Spectres. Throughout the story his character development will change immensely; his deficiency for caring to kindness, his ignorance to attentive. His expedition will start in Christmas Eve, he will encounter meeting The Spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet To Come. Ghost of Christmas Past reveals Scrooges’ nightmares; his actions and relationships from his wretched past. Lastly, The Apparition of Yet To Come show Scrooge his ultimate future but, the events will only occur if he does not make an effort to bring out the opposite of his character. These three ghosts went to different places but, they all had the same mission; guide Scrooge to the light, to make a better man out of him. Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” was written to show the impact an individual, even the dead, can have on others. Ghost of Christmas Past is the first spirit to

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