Scrooge And The Grinch Analysis

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Scrooge And The Grinch, There Is Always Hope. The act of selfishness has always had the ability to take over a someone’s. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, is a story where the main character, Scrooge, is haunted by a spirit named Jacob Marley, and three other spirits visit him and hope to change his life around. Ebenezer Scrooge is a very selfish, greedy man that lives in England during the 1800's. Scrooge has a passion for hating Christmas and not caring about what others think about him. In the story How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Grinch is a very selfish man that just wants to ruin everybody's holiday, the only one that is with him, is his dog Max. He wants to destroy the Who's Christmas in The Imaginary town of Whoville. Cindy Lou Who is one of few Who's along with Max that still stands up for The Grinch. A Christmas Carol has such an influential that modern authors still drawn up on the character types, conflicts, and themes found in Dickens traditional story. At first, Scrooge, in A Christmas Carol, has anger and hate for Christmas as does the Grinch.…show more content…
The spirit have been haunting Scrooge recently, changing his view on people and Christmas. " ‘I will live in the past, the present and the future…’ He was so flustered and so glowing with his good intentions..." (Dickens 56). Scrooge comes with joy and love during Christmas and people actually greet him. When he changes it is very noticeable. Then, The Grinch's life also changes with help from others. Grand stealing all presents from everyone in Whoville. Cindy is still standing up for him, her dad also stands up for the Grinch. They are the same because they start to love Christmas with the passion. They are different in a way of Scrooge begins to love family while the Grinch begins to love the Who's. In brief, Scrooge and The Grinch. began to look at the world and a better way with better intentions rather than
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