They are trying to figure out who gets the fortune that Scrooge left behind. They are also saying that they will not come to Scrooge's funeral. Scrooge kept on hearing insults about himself. When Scrooge realized how much people hated him, Scrooge just wanted to change. Scrooge began to feel sorry for himself.
The novella begins by introducing the protagonist, Ebenezer Scrooge. He is an extremely wealthy, but selfish and gauche old man. Due to past experiences, his outlook on mankind and the world at large is jaded, and this is especially true on Christmas. While the rest of the world is preparing to celebrate he is instead reminded of everything
“No space of regret can make amends for one’s life opportunity misused.” An author’s impression can be portrayed by the characters he or she has written about. Charles Dickens’ opinion one greed and selfishness were upfront, allowing Scrooge one last chance to become compassionate. Scrooge being the stubborn critic he is, would need quite the presentation to convince him he needs a change. By demonstrating to Scrooge his past, present, and future Christmases. Dickens showed that with power, passion, and humility even the most temperamental people can change.
Dickens shows us the contrast of the extreme wealth and extreme poor when the ghost of Christmas present flies Scrooge over London, creating a panoramic over view of all the lives of different people being lived, some celebrating the occasion with all life can offer and others with nothing. The ghost of Christmas present also shows us Fezziwig, Scrooge’s employer as an apprentice, he is a foil for Scrooge. He showed compassion for others, and did not put himself on a pedestal because of his class. This is shown when he has a Christmas party and invites even the most vulnerable in society. It was charity like
Jacob appears to scrooge. Because scrooge has bad and he want to help him. I wear the chains I forged in life. Jacob Marley was partner of scrooge he tell scrooge he have to change. The decade’s business partner of Ebenezer scrooge in a Christmas carol.
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
Compare and Contrast A Christmas Carol is full of many twists and turns, and has been written in many different versions. Writers have taken artistic liberties and have added or taken away to the beloved Christmas story to make it their own. No two versions are going to be exactly similar, and most definitely are going to have many differences. The play and the movie both follow the basic plotline of the classic novel, A Christmas Carol. They start out with an elderly Scrooge who has a terrible Christmas spirit.
If you work hard and won 't give up you can change yourself easier. You can change as a person if they help themselves, have the support they need, and work hard, Helping yourself as a person is a big part of changing. In the classic story, A Christmas Carol, A man by the name of Ebenezer Scrooge is a “squeezing, wrenching,grasping, scraping,clutching,covetous,old sinner!” One day, he was walking home and a ghost like figure was on his doorknob. He freaked out and fell down his stairs. Then
A Christmas Carol is a book written by Charles Dickens that was set in 1843. The novella is about a man by the name of Ebenezer Scrooge, who is known for his miserable antics. On Christmas Eve, the spirit of his old coworker, Jacob Marley, and three other spirits visit Scrooge. The spirit’s purpose is to show scrooge why his life is shaped the way it is, the people he has or has not affected, how he could live his life, and what his life could end up looking like. Although Scrooge is meant to represent greed he also has many factors surrounding him or in him that are similar to the industrial revolution.