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
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.
A Christmas Carol: Poor and Greediness in Victorian Society In most fictional stories, the main character is happy and adored by others. This does not happen in A Christmas Carol. Scrooge, the main character, is a harsh man who scorns Christmas and is not kind. The ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future arrive to remind him of his rude attitude toward people in general.
The ghost of Christmas present also shows us Fezziwig, Scrooge’s employer as an apprentice, he is a foil for Scrooge. He showed compassion for others, and did not put himself on a pedestal because of his class. This is shown when he has a Christmas party and invites even the most vulnerable in society. It was charity like
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
Fran scrooge sister, freds mother. He asks scrooge why he was mad and he has a good life. Then scrooge ask why he have a wife and he say because I felt in love. And scrooge doesn’t hear and say to Fred good afternoon. The ghost of the Christmas present: description the ghost of the Christmas present is the second of the tree spirits (after the visitation by Jacob Marley and the ghost of Christmas past) that haunt the miser Ebenezer scrooge in order to prompt him to
Dynamic characters are known as characters that change throughout a story. In the Christmas Carol, the main character Ebenezer Scrooge is a dynamic character. He goes from a heartless, selfish and greedy person to a generous and happy person. At first, Scrooge was characterized as a sinful and heartless person. For example, in Stave One it says, “But he was a tight-fited hand at the grindstone.
He is an extremely wealthy, but selfish and gauche old man. Due to past experiences, his outlook on mankind and the world at large is jaded, and this is especially true on Christmas. While the rest of the world is preparing to celebrate he is instead reminded of everything
Dr. Seuss’ poem, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” can be analyzed using many different schools of criticism, however, the psychoanalytical school of criticism holds allows us to truly understand the “true meaning” behind the poem. The poem begins with a socially isolated character, the Grinch, who loathes Christmas and wishes to completely destroy it. He wants to completely eliminate Christmas from “Whoville.” The Grinch gets irritated whenever when he hears the singing from the children and sees families feasting together in the holiday season. However, as the poem progress, the Grinch starts to feel the love and happiness involved with Christmas and ends up correcting his wrongdoings to ultimately enjoy Christmas with the “Whos.”
You can change as a person if they help themselves, have the support they need, and work hard, Helping yourself as a person is a big part of changing. In the classic story, A Christmas Carol, A man by the name of Ebenezer Scrooge is a “squeezing, wrenching,grasping, scraping,clutching,covetous,old sinner!” One day, he was walking home and a ghost like figure was on his doorknob. He freaked out and fell down his stairs.
Dickens uses Fred as an implication of Scrooges is tenancy to exclude any possible happiness from his life and how such decisions will lead him to tedious misery. Fred approaches his uncle with a “merry Christmas!” A delightful atmosphere suddenly created through Fred's upbeat character. We are shown Scrooge does not lack the presence of a family with great love for him, but lacks the ability to uptake the offers his family make, requesting his presence seen to be humid and dismal to others but seen as the presence of their uncle to themselves. The excessive use of exclamation marks shows us Scrooge although rude and dismissive towards others is accepted in the presence of his nephew Fred.