Scrooge Change In A Christmas Carol

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In the book “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens there a man named Scrooge. In the beginning of the story Scrooges business was money, all he cared about was money and he was very stingy with it. At the end of the story though Scrooge learns to change and now his business of being a human is beginning a good person. Dickens wants us to understand that the business of begin human means to be a good person and to care about other people. He teaches us this through the character development of Scrooge. In Stave one of the text Scrooge’s only friend, Marley died. “Marley was dead: to begin with”. No one ever talked to Scrooge besides him so when he died Scrooge was very lonely. All Scrooge ever cared about was himself and money. He never gave any money to the needy and he always hated Christmas “when I live in such a world of fools as…show more content…
Every time a ghost visited him he learned something new that he needed to change. Each ghost was trying to prove a point to Scrooge that he needs to change his ways now or the future won’t turn out so good for him. The first ghost that visited him, The Ghost of Christmas Past, showed Scrooge how mean he was to everyone including his nephew. When he saw himself he didn’t really care and he knew that he needed to change but never did. This ghost showed him his wife and how Scrooge ‘s life had changed since he gained a lot of money. They saw how Scrooge was nicer to people and how is business of being human wasn’t always about money. In stave 3 and stave 4 Scrooge was visited by the Ghost of Christmas Present, this ghost showed him how his business shouldn’t be about money or jus himself, he showed him that being human meant being a good person even to people with less money than you. Even though Scrooge knew he should change is ways he still never
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