Some people tell him Merry Christmas and all he says is "Christmas? Bah- Humbug”. The spirits of Christmas were still spirits and Scrooge changed in the end. Everybody has Christmas spirit in them. Ebenezer did not know that he was going to die in the future until the spirit of Christmas yet to come gave him a
The decade’s business partner of Ebenezer scrooge in a Christmas carol. Fred: Stephen mackintosh as Fred in the Muppet Christmas carol…… fred is Ebenezer scrooges nephew and only living relative in a Christmas carol fred is also a gentlemen of some means but unlike hums miserly uncle, he is a kind hearted generous cheerful and optimistic man who loves Christmas. Fred scrooge nephew, a genial man who loves Christmas. He invites scrooge to his Christmas party each and every year. Only to be refused by his grumpy uncle…..
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
" Tiny Tim states Scrooge then asks if Tiny Tim will live and the spirit tells him he sees a vacant swat. After the Ghost of Christmas Present leaves the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come arrives. Scrooge asks the spirit if he is in the presence of The Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come. The ghost did not answer and pointed onward with his hand. The Ghost takes Scrooge to his own Grave.
In Staves 3 and 4 of A Christmas Carol, Scrooge undergoes a drastic change in personality due to the events shown by the Ghost of Christmas Present and the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come. At the end of the novella, Scrooge is found to be a better man. He learns to be charitable and to value family and companionship. PARAGRAPH 1 Stave 3 affects Scrooge immensely as it shows him that Christmas is a time to be shared with loved ones and that it should not matter whether the person is rich or poor. An example being the Cratchit family as they have little in the way of money but they abound in love and joy.
People that live in the past enjoy their life less than people that live in the present. Well, the story "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens is about An old man by the name of Scrooge, and three spirits. Those three spirits are ghosts of past, present, and future. Scrooge is a misanthrope and he becomes benevolent later on because three spirits visit him on the night before Christmas and show him Scrooges past, present, and future. Each spirit showed Scrooge how greedy and biased he was.
both film and play show scenes with people selling, buying, and trading his old possessions. Scrooge realizes that if he doesn’t change his ways, he is going to end up like his selfish, greedy business partner, Jacob Marley, unloved, uncared for, and forgotten. When Scrooge awakes from his night of horrors, he immediately sends someone to buy the largest turkey for the Cratchit household, gives a hearty donation to a charity, and attends his nephew's Christmas party, in an attempt to reconcile with everybody to save his spirit. Both versions show Scrooge as a heartless man who cannot see his wrongdoings, but after a visit from his old business partner and a couple spirits, he finally learns a valuable lesson that teaches us
The play has a simple storyline if you pay attention and keep on track. If you slack off, the storyline will get confusing, especially in this play. The conflict is that Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge is becoming a mean, greedy man who lost his Christmas spirit at the death of his friend, Jacob Marley. The climax happens at the point where future
They both provided the same message, show love to others, and don’t forget the Christmas spirit. I enjoyed both versions and their true message. There were some big differences in the story. The movie version explains Scrooge’s early life, unlike the play. It explains his childhood, and it tells why his father left him.
In the play, A Christmas Carol, By Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge helped and served others by improving his community and himself. Scrooge helped not only is friends but the community as well, by having a better attitude towards life, donating his gains, and using kind words. To begin, Scrooge realized we all have a duty to protect and care for eachother. Scrooge used to be a terrible cold-hearted man, but that all changed when he saw the choices of his actions. When Scrooge realized this he became helpful and nice.