How Does Scrooge Change In A Christmas Carol

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Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold hearted man who hated Christmas until he got visited by three spirits, Christmas Past, Present, and Future. In the story A Christmas Carol written by Charles Dickens, Scrooge announce, “I will honour Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year.” The lessons the spirits taught him made Scrooge change. Scrooge could’ve only changed because of what was going to happen in his future. He was scared to die alone and unloved. Scrooge is showing the readers that people can change, but A Christmas Carol is a fake story, meaning three ghosts won’t appear at night in your bedroom. People can’t change who they are even if they act different, change how they look, or if they have more money, because in the end, they’re …show more content…

Hear me! I am not the man I was. I will not be the man I would have been but for this intercourse.” Scrooge announced to Christmas Future. Scrooge told Future that he wouldn’t be the person he was before the lessons he learned from Christmas Past, Present, and Future. Scrooge also told Christmas Future, “I will honour Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year. I will live in the Past, the Present, and the Future.” Scrooge claimed that he would try to keep it all year, but if Scrooge doesn’t keep it all together, he could end up to the way he was before, when he wasn’t all joyful and caring …show more content…

The article stated, “The study found that the overall happiness levels of lottery winners spiked when they won, but returned to pre-winning levels after just a few months.” Even though winning the lottery is a major thing to happen, the lottery winners weren’t that happy anymore after a while. Their money was gone and they were back to the same people they were before. A guy named Jack Whittaker was a man who won the Powerball, which was $315 million in 2002. Jack was generous to give millions to charity and he even started a foundation, but $545,000 was taken away from his car along with cashier’s checks because his car was parked outside of a strip club. Jack’s house and office got broken into. Jack also got arrested two times for drunk driving. Whittaker had a granddaughter who died within suspicious behavior. Jack practically used all his money in 2007. “I wish I’d torn that ticket up,” Whittaker told to the reporters. His life would not have come to this if he didn’t win the money. He got excited and was happy that he won, but during that time Jack thought he could change his perspective on what other people thought of him, it didn’t work. Instead of Jack Whittaker thinking he could’ve changed himself, he only ruined his life. On the other hand, some people might say that improving yourself

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