This reinforces the fact that no one liked or cared about him. This gives Scrooge and incentive to change as he sees what outcome his selfish and miserable life brings. Furthermore, the thieves who steal his belongings are uncaring and more interested in profit. They mirror Scrooge’s own obsession with wealth. This makes understand how he acts through the acts of other people.
He was grumpy and paid no respect to anybody. He was a stingy man with a cold heart, engrossed by money. He could not recognize the value of his family. But the ghosts of Christmas came to change his life. In, A Christmas Carol, Scrooge visits, a happy moment with his sister, his old employers house, and the Cratchits singing on Christmas day, on the journey with the Christmas ghosts.
Scrooge is prepared to see what he will see in the future , because he is seeking to find change in his personality through the ghosts . Scrooge finally changed when he saw what his life would become if he did not
This quote also presents how people have begun to look at him in a different manner from before. Scrooge also changes his perspective on life after the three spirits visit him. “I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all year… I shall not shut out the lessons they teach” (Horovitz 653). This quote shows how Scrooge changes because he decides to keep all the lessons that the spirits taught him all year long instead of leaving them behind. Furthermore, this quote displays how he has become a positive person and is no longer negative towards most things.
Small and large acts of kindness can change a person's day or even life. At the start of the play, Scrooge is a horrid man that is stingy with his money and his feelings. Scrooge’s attitude slowly changes over time. His Nephew Fred invited him over for Christmas dinner and Scrooge's response was, “ Bah humbug”. Scrooge despises Christmas.
What if you could change what happens tomorrow? In A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Scrooge has been haunted by his dead business partner, Marley. His life will be changed forever with the help of three different spirits who take him to his past, present, and future; from his money-loving life to a charitable one. The spirit who helped Scrooge change the most is The Ghost of Christmas Present because he helped Scrooge to to care about others, celebrate Christmas, and learn empathy. First of all, Scrooge starts to care about others.
The specters symbolise Scrooge’s whole life; greed and money, the past, the present, and the future. By the end of this essay, hopefully you, the reader, will be able to understand how the four ghosts help ease up Scrooge’s heart. The first ghost that comes to Scrooge is Jacob Marley, who symbolizes how Scrooge will end up if he does not change. When Jacob Marley haunts Scrooge he shows how that if Scrooge doesn’t change his actions, he will
The ghost grabbed Scrooge’s hand, flew him out the window, and began showing Scrooge visions of his past Christmas days. Beginning with Scrooge alone at school, then with him working with his friend, and lastly breaking up with his girlfriend.
Due to the presence of the ghost of Christmas future, Scrooge feel deeply sad, and find out on what he has does during these day is really shameful as well as its effect that will cause him feel regret in future. In conclusion, all the three ghost are really important to reform Scrooge’s attitude. They try to show him the mistake in the past, present, and how it effect to his future. In my opinion, The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is the most important spirits that definitely has the greatest effect which caused Scrooge to find out the effect of his mistake in the future since the ghost show him his isolated graveyard. At the end of the story, Scrooge has been returned to the day of Christmas Eve.
Scrooge realizes that money doesn’t make him happy, and it never will never bring him something he has been lacking, joy. This joy that his old boss, Mr. Fezziwig, creates is much greater than Scrooge’s fortune that he had lost all for. Scrooge describes this as, “light or burdensome” and “pleasure or a toil” which is rather surprising coming out of a man who had before said some intolerable things. This demonstrates the first few beams of hope for Scrooge. From a different point of view, Scrooge realizes that the happiness Scrooge received from Mr. Fezziwig, was much valuable than money, and for once, it was something Scrooge could not buy.