First he dont like the por people and he dont care about others he just care about the money he dont like Christmas one day the friend of Scrooge he was dead and spirit of him go visit him and say him that he will be visit by 3 spirits and when Scrooge die all the bad things will be in a changes and he will say sorry sorry and ve alife again to change his bad things to good things in his house he has a lot of boxes of money and he dont whant to give one tuppence Jacob Marley Marley was a partner of Scrooge in his job. Mrley died and 7 years later the ghost of Marley visit Scrooge. One night the ghost of Mrley visit Scrooge and Marley tell him that he will be visit by 3 spirits. Marley has a lot of changes with boxes of money because when he was alive he was a really bad person like Scrooge he was saying Scrooge that when he die he will be like Marley or barest. Marley say that because Scrooge has opportunity to change his bad things to good things and that why he will be visit by 3 spirits to see his past future and present see that he was very good when he was a
This argument might be valid because this this spirit made him show a plethora of emotions and sob. However, the past this ghost showed can not be changed. Stave 5 shows the change of all the things shown and predicted by the Ghost of Christmas Present. Instead of dying, Tiny Tim will get the best doctors because of Cratchit’s raise. The Cratchit’s would have a big dinner instead of a tiny one, and Scrooge would go to Fred’s party and not be the center of mockery (Dickens 39-40) (Dickens 66-68).
Scrooge we see a man who is transformed from a greedy, selfish miser into a generous and good-natured character by the end. In the beginning of the story Scrooge wanted annihilation to do with Christmas. He rejects all Christmas cheer from everyone he meets. Although on Christmas Eve his worker Bob Cratchit asked if he could take Christmas Day off and spend time with his family, but Scrooge said if he didn’t show up on Christmas morning he wasn’t going to get paid.
In doing this he thought Christmas would not come and all of the Whos would be upset. This, however, is disproved by the singing in Christmas spirit that the Whos performed. Perplexing the Grinch, “he puzzled three hours, till his puzzler was sore… “Maybe Christmas… doesn’t come from a store… perhaps… (Christmas) means a little bit more!””(39). This revelation alters the Grinch’s perception of Christmas vastly. By allowing himself to make an effort to understand Christmas he embraced the Who culture.
Similarities and Differences of the Play and Movie A Christmas Carol Greed is a trait nobody should have and one man’s life was ruined by it.“Bah Humbug!”is a famous quote from the astounding play, A Christmas Carol the story of a rich, old, mean man named Ebenezer Scrooge whose life was turned around. The play was later copied in a movie in 1984 and the movie shows many similarities and differences to the play. Most of the similarities and differences appear when the three ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future visit him and change his life for the better. After scrooge sees his dead body with nobody caring about it. He is then Humbled and changes his life as he then does good deeds and is a happy and kind man.
In the first stave, we learn that Scrooge is very greedy with his great deal of money and prefers to spend his time alone. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is in the office and receives a few visitors. The first is his nephew, Fred, who
The timeless theme redemption was shown in “A Christmas Carol” through the main character Ebenezer Scrooge. He changed from being a cold-blooded, cruel man to being a sympathetic, kind-hearted human being. Redemption was shown in the play numerous times. Once being when his nephew Fred asked him to join him and his family for a Christmas dinner Scrooge refused to go because he would much rather try to earn more money on Christmas then spend time with family and loved ones. A Ghost of Christmas Present brought Scrooge to Fred’s house and showed how Fred was defending him against all the criticism as to why he didn’t
A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens recounts how a cruel and selfish business man transforms into a caring and charitable person. Ebenezer Scrooge, the protagonist of the story, cares very little about moral principles. He berates the streets of London for their cheerful view of Christmas and focuses soley on increasing his wealth. He begins to change, however, when three spirits visit him on the night of Christmas Eve. They take Scrooge on a journey through his past, present and future with the desire of transforming his bitterness.
An example of this conflict in Angela’s Ashes is, “Bosses and foreman always show him respect and say they’re ready to hire him, but when he opens his mouth and they hear the North of Ireland accent, they take a Limerickman instead.” This quote is talking about Frank’s father, and his Northern Ireland accent. When business owners heard him talk, they automatically assumed that he was a Protestant. This made it extremely difficult for Frank’s father to get a job in Limerick. This shows how religious discrimination made it difficult for Frank’s family to live. Religion was directly linked to the poverty that they had to suffer.
Through dialogue, Miller exemplifies Reverend Parris’ “fear” of the town’s “faction against him” (35) and of losing “good respect in the parish” (20) through his denial of his daughter’s affliction by “witchcraft” (22). In resemblance to “fearful” Parris (45), the townsfolk in High Noon are revealed to be “scared” and self-centred at the church service where Kane desperately pleads for support. A councilman vehemently urges Kane to leave instead of risking a deadly encounter with Miller “for the sake of the town”. The councilman’s self-seeking nature is evidenced through his argument that “it’s better for [the townsfolk]” or investors “up North” will not “put up factories” and “everything [they] worked for will be wiped out”. While the townsfolk’s self-interest is in prioritising the town’s future needs ahead of its safety, Parris’ selfishness is depicted through his greed for monetary compensation including “firewood” (34), being “the first minister ever” to “demand the deed to his house” (34).