Scrooge is confused by this as he felt Marley was always‘ “a good man of business” ’ Marley is distressed by this insisting ‘ “Mankind was my business” ’. As the after life in Victorian society was very much associated with Christianity beliefs, Dickens may be suggesting here how the upper class no longer hold any christian values as they have all been pushed aside by money. This could also be represented by Scrooge when he is reluctant of giving his clerk the day off work for Christmas day; this is putting money over a Christian celebration of christ. When the ghost of Christmas past shows Belle breaking off her engagement with Scrooge, we are again reminded of how money had over taken society, replacing love and relationships. 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 author, F. Scott Fitzgerald and used simile, imagery, and themes to express his point of views and also used symbolism to let the readers picture the images in their minds and also let the readers to feel in different emotions. The author used simile and imagery to describe the story more creative. In the beginning of the story, author said “Some of the caddies were poor as sin and lived in one-room houses with a neurasthenic cow in the front yard, but Dexter Green 's father owned the second-best grocery store in Black Bear” (Holt 858). He used simile “poor as sin” demonstrates he was dislike about the lower class people. And his father owned the second-best grocery store showed he was from the
God’s Amazing Grace God loves all humankind, even the sinners. His love is so great that He sent His only begotten Son into the world to suffer and be crucified on the cross to saves us all from sin. It is through His amazing grace that sinners are forgiven of their sins and are able to live eternally in the Kingdom of God. These Christian principles are what Flannery O 'Connor uses as the main subject in many of her stories. In “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” “Redemption’” and “Parker’s Back,” O’Connor uses the theme of salvation to show how God’s love and forgiveness are available to people in everyday life.
The movie showed the disfunction of the police and the male society, the shacks of the homeless males, and how indigent was the life of a Hooverville citizen. Even though facts were left out in the movie, Cinderella Man portrayed the lives of many middle class families across America in a beautiful picture of hope during the Great Depression. Cinderella Man gave examples of how James Braddock and his children survived on small provisions everyday, exposed Hoovervilles as dark slums, and portrayed how difficult getting a job was. Overall Cinderella Man did an amazing job on portraying the Great Depression during the
He describes her by using words like “tender-hearted woman”, “pious” or “heavenly qualities”. He also does so by describing the pain that he felt when he was stuck with the word “abolitionist” and how fearful he was to ask some of his white fellows its definition. He says for instance that he was “tormented” and “envied [his] fellow-slaves for their stupidity”. He also uses pathos by narrating his childhood, we all cherish your childhood, we tend to focus on the good memories more than the bad ones. When talking about your childhood memories usually we tend to feel nostalgic.
He reveals that he is incredibly grateful that Mr. Freeland isn’t religious. Douglass emphasizes his hatred of religious slaveholders by stating that they are not humane masters. He goes on saying that other slaveholders in his neighborhood profess that they are religious, but only use religion to justify their barbarity towards their slaves. He ends his statement about Freeland by describing him as his favorite master, second only to his own independence.
Elizabeth optically discerns his inner goodness shine when he relucts to prevaricate, and she realizes how inequitable she has been. Proctor preserves the lives of the others who are inculpated when he unselfishly declines to preserve his own. He acts as a martyr when he places others afore himself. He would rather die an honorable death than live a dishonorable life. In conclusion John Proctor endeavors to visually perceive the good in adultery to endeavor fortify his espousement & he takes full responsibility of his sins and does not opt to encumber his sin on his wife and his unborn child.
Scrooge’s Outlook on Charity for the Less Fortunate In the book A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, Scrooge’s look on charity for the poor is that he has his own business and that he should not get into other people 's business, meaning that he thinks that the city would be better off without all of the poor people, and that all the less fortunate people can either work at union house or live in debtors prison. First when the men come into shop and ask for money to give to the poverty-stricken. Scrooge responds by saying “ ‘Are there no prisons?’ asked Scrooge “(Dickens pg. 17). Entailing that if the people don’t have any money that they should just be thrown into the debtors prison, until they are able to pay off their debt.
As a faithful believer, Dimmesdale put all of his heart in to God, but he cannot admit his relationship with Hester. He did not realize his mistake until he talked with Hester at the forest. God plans a perfect place for Dimmesdale to claim his sin, the same place Hester reveal seven years ago. He admit his sin as a winner who fight with sin.Author use irony to show those do not admit sin that sin will reveal no matter how you hide it. “ ‘Thou hast escaped me!"
He was very effective in explaining how people's lives were less put together in the victorian era, and how their living conditions were so different than today. People appreciate Dickens work today because A Christmas Carol is a very fun, and exciting story to read, especially around Christmas time, to show people to be grateful for what they have, and keep in mind what they have, and how similar Christmas has been since the Victorian era. Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is a fun, yet intense story of the past, present, and future of a rich, bitter old man, and how he must see what he has done wrong, and what he must fix. With the visions of his life, he sees how he has been,