Scrooge In Charles Dickens 'Great Expectations'

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“No space of regret can make amends for one’s life opportunity misused.” An author’s impression can be portrayed by the characters he or she has written about. Charles Dickens’ opinion one greed and selfishness were upfront, allowing Scrooge one last chance to become compassionate. Scrooge being the stubborn critic he is, would need quite the presentation to convince him he needs a change. By demonstrating to Scrooge his past, present, and future Christmases. Dickens showed that with power, passion, and humility even the most temperamental people can change. During Scrooge’s visit from the first ghost, we finally see a tear in his strict facade. During the whole ‘dream’ the grump could not stop crying, watching his pitiful old self. But we

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