Even though both are great stories, but there are still occasional differences. In both versions of A Christmas Carl three ghosts known as Past, Present, and Future attempt and succeed in changing Scrooge’s life for the better. Scrooge becomes one of the jolliest people in town after that Christmas Eve night (movie 1984) even though in the drama it’s hard to clarify that he is. In the movie there’s also more of an emphasis on Scrooge’s earlier life(movie 1984). Overall this movie is very much like the drama by Charles Dickens
(Dickens 66-68). Ultimately, the Ghost of Christmas Past did less than the Ghost of Christmas Present to help change Scrooge. Clearly, the Ghost of Christmas Present had the greatest influence on Scrooge. This ghost taught Scrooge to care about other people, celebrate Christmas, and that your own words can show your true feelings.
The holiday is still most commonly celebrated throughout Mexico and Latin America. Halloween is on October 31st, and it is celebrated by carving jack o’ lanterns, going trick or treating, decorating houses with a spooky theme, watching horror
Holidays celebrate an area’s culture and/or the day(s) it commemorates with various festivities and traditions. In Theodore Geisel’s How The Grinch Stole Christmas, the light-hearted denizens of Who-Ville are preparing to celebrate Christmas. For the Whos, it is a time of fun and merryness, in which they sing and play with one another. This is a time of camaraderie and fellowship between everyone in the town. Apart from this is the antagonist, the Grinch, who dreads the holiday along with the singing, feasting, and other festive activities that the holiday inspires.
In a christmas carol, while the ghost of christmas present is showing Scrooge many different families and celebrations, there is a certain thread of attitude that the families and others show toward Christmas. It is clear to see that even if a family is poor, or a man must work, they all remain cheerful in their hardships. For Instance, the ghost takes Scrooge to a lighthouse where men are working, not able to be with their families for Christmas, but however, they all show a positive mood toward the situation. Another Instance of the good mood that seems to radiate from the holiday, is the bakery in town. All of the families who are too poor to cook food at their own homes take a dish to the bakery to heat it up, and though the food is meager,
Halloween is an eventful holiday. Each year on October 31, we celebrate a holiday for the dead On November 1,is designated time to honor all saints but the evening before was known as hallows evefter a while they started to do some other activities like trick or treating and carving jack o The most famous foods are pumpkins and candy apples also kale those are the traditional foods. Also soul We still have some customs from the old Halloween. But since the years have gone by all the costumes have changed as well as the religion.
How do you picture Halloween? When you think of Halloween, you probably think about candy. Haunted houses. Trick or treating. However, as 8th graders, trick or treating was a little too childish for me and my friends.
As a result of this question, 8 students said that they think it will results in negative outcomes, while two said that it would not have negative outcomes. This shows that the majority of students think that Halloween should be allowed in schools, even though, it can result in negative outcomes. The fourth question our group asked to the students was if their neighborhood celebrated Halloween. Only 7 students said that Halloween is celebrated in their neighborhood, but only 3 students said that Halloween is not celebrated in their neighborhood. When students were ask if the celebration of Halloween affected their neighborhood in any way, 2 student said that it does affected their neighborhood, and 8 students said that it does not affected it.
CHRISTMAS CAROL COMPARE AND CONTRAST Humbug- language or behavior that is false or meant to deceive people(webster). The movie Christmas Carol and the play are two very different things in total. Throught their differences they show greater similarities. The story about Scrooge is about greed getting the best of you. The story is based around Christmas time arguably the most generous time of the year.
The identity of the masquerade is kept meticulously secret. These are the festive where the display of masquerades is performed or sighted; Christmas seasons, traditional weddings, new yam celebration. (new yam celebration is a feast mostly held at the beginning of the harvest season, it is an act of sacrificing to the gods the very first harvest (yams) of the season and thanking the gods in other to have a fruitful planting season the following year). Masquerades help keep the village
Dia de la Brujas more closely resembles how we celebrate Halloween and this is the day for the children in Mexico. Most people don’t know much about this day because it is overshadowed by Dia de los Muertos. What’s different about the trick or treating in Mexico is that when the children go to the houses they don’t say “trick or treat?” Instead they say “Queremos Halloween!” which translates to we want Halloween.
Tis the season to be Jolly, even for William (Billy) Edwards who lives at Clark Sanitarium, planning his escape on Christmas Eve to come back to his childhood home. Only to find a group of sorority sisters are currently living their. How can Billy resolve this problem so he can have a Merry Christmas. Silent night, holy night it 's Christmas Eve as Kelli (Katie Cassidy), Melissa (Michelle Trachtenberg), Heather (Mary Elizabeth Winstead),
Bah Hum Bug! Those are the famous words of Scrooge and how I feel when people complain about Christmas decorations on display before Thanksgiving and sometimes even Halloween! I think Christmas should be out prior to Thanksgiving is because of great deals and more time to shop. The rezen why I think Christmas should be selibraid for some people before Christmas, because we have troops that cant spend time with there family on Christmas day because the working over sea and wont be able to spend time with there family.
Judson Dukes Period 9/11/17 Dia de los Muertos Dia de los muertos (Day of the dead) is a three day event in Mexico where the living can remember and honor their deceased love ones. This holiday is not gloomy nor a morbid occasion, but it is a bright, colorful, and happy holiday. The holiday is held annually on October 31st through November 2nd, a lot like Halloween in The United States. During this holiday the Mexicans visit cemeteries, make ofrendas, make special food, attend in the Catrina parade, and make calcases. Often times Mexicans visit cemeteries and decorate their loved ones graves, and spend time in the cemetery for their deceased family and friends.
Dia de los Muertos is very different from Halloween because of the way they celebrate, the way they decorate, and its culture and origin. They may seem similar from the outside, but as you learn about them you thinking might change. Another way they’re different is the way they celebrate is because on Dia de los muertos it is celebrated all throughout the day into the night and in America Halloween is only celebrated during the night time. Dia de los Muertos is a celebrated as a celebration of life not death for them and for us Halloween is a fun reason to get free candy. You also get to dress up and go around with your friends.