Essay On The Christmas Carol

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The Christmas Carol There are a lot of Christmas movies and stories that families like to listen and watch around the holidays. Every movie has something in common. They teach a valuable lesson. For example, in the story, Rudolph the red-nosed Reindeer, it teaches you the being different can be a good thing. In the play and the movie, the Christmas Carol, it teaches you that you need to be kind and charitable. The drama and movie of the Christmas Carol is a holiday movie and play that can be different by how they might’ve been solved differently, different scenes, and sometimes extra characters. In the Christmas Carol the movie, it shows Scrooge and Mr. Cratchit in Scrooge’s office working and his nephew walks in and tries to invite Scrooge…show more content…
The nephew comes in invites Scrooge to dinner and he refuses. The two men come and ask him to donate to the needy, but Scrooge adamantly declines. Scrooge hears a little boy who is singing ,’Away in a Manger’ and Scrooge smacks him with a ruler. “Bah! Humbug! Christmas! Bah! Humbug!” Scrooge says after the boy leaves. He then is visited by Jacob Marley and the ghosts of past, present, and future. The ghost shows his days as a boy, his sister, and a little bit of him with his first love. Then the ghost of the present comes. He shows Scrooge Bob Cratchit’s family and they are happy in the Christmas season. After showing Scrooge his nephew’s dinner party, Present shows him two baby dolls. One is called Ignorance and the other is called Want. After Present, the ghost of the future comes and sees Tim dead, a dead man under a blanket, and people selling his stuff. Scrooge finally sees his future gravestone and wants to change. The spirits gave him a second chance and Scrooge woke up on Christmas. He ordered a goose to be sent to the Cratchits’ home, payed extra for the goose, and payed the boy who helped. He changed and lived another
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