How Does Scrooge Change In A Christmas Carol

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A Christmas Carol

In the book A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge, was taught a very harsh, but important lesson. Scrooge’s personality & views on Christmas has changed many times throughout his long and dreadful life, but what the 4 ghosts taught him on Christmas Eve when they brought him to a dreaming reality, really changed Scrooge for the better and the future of his life.
Each ghost taught Scrooge a specific lesson each. The Ghost of Christmas Past reminded Scrooge why he is who he is, and how he can really change himself for the better. The Ghost Of Christmas Present, taught Scrooge, What he had missed in his time in not believing in Christmas love and spirit. And lastly The Ghost …show more content…

Show me no more!”(Dickens 39) The strength that thus Ghost holds shows that even the coldest person like Scrooge, can break and plead for mercy and forgiveness. The power behind what Scrooge sees reminds him of how badly he messed up in life and what he could've been completely tears Scrooge …show more content…

The Ghost brings Scrooge to a graveyard, where he appears to see his name on a grave, which is the final scare that Scrooge will endure, but the strongest of them all. “Scrooge crept towards it and it said his own name, EBENEZER SCROOGE.” Thus scared Scrooge so badly but made him realize, that after his whole life of working for money, all of it would be gone when he passed and he would never get to spend it all. This proved to Scrooge that money is worthless and he should live a life of living, and not in his work office

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