Ebenezer Scrooge's Greed In A Christmas Carol

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Within A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge, is introduced the first chapter (or stave considering the time of the book’s publishing). Throughout the Stave, Scrooge is introduced as a greedy man, who is very hateful and clever. This was made apparent when Dickens chose to compare Scrooge to the cold and harshness of a snow storm. This was also shown when he, quite cleverly, told charity workers, as well as order his own nephew, to leave his workplace. His business partner’s death didn’t even faze him, so much. His heartlessness and greed seemed to be the main focus, his mindset wasn’t at all kind. He sneered at nobility and love, disregarded it at all costs, and only does things he does that will advance him. Prior in the
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