Examples Of Scrooge In A Christmas Carol

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In the beginning of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge’s view on Christmas is negative and he is characterized as being unsympathetic, uncharitable, grouchy. To begin, there are three different spirits who visit Scrooge at various times in the night. The spirits help make Scrooge realize the consequences of his actions and they change Scrooge's view on Christmas. For example, Scrooge is visited by the Spirit of Christmas Past who shows him his childhood and the actions that made him who he is now. As Scrooge observes the past he is filled with regret and wants to re-choose to do things. This does not really change his view on Christmas but, it does make Scrooge realize he should have done things differently when he was

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