The Spirit takes Scrooge to Bob Cratchit’s house, where they meet Tiny Tim, Bob’s son. Tiny Tim is a cripple who has a big, loving heart. The Ghost tells Scrooge that, in the future, Tiny Tim will die. Scrooge then replies, “ ‘Oh, no, kind Spirit. Say that he will be spared’ ”(Dickens 12).
The ghost took Scrooge into the Cratchit's home and Scrooge was confused because he thought the more money you have the happier the Christmas. Scrooge then realized Christmas isn’t all about money, but family. Stave 4-Fear The main idea in stave 4 is fear. The ghost of Christmas past takes Scrooge to the future, he experiences heartbreak. Fear definitely takes place in this story because Scrooge experienced details he didn’t want to know.
A deep, loud voice called Scrooge’s name. Scrooge walked through the door and saw an enormous man sitting on a throne of Christmas presents. The man introduced himself as the Ghost of Christmas Present. The ghost demanded Scrooge grab his robe in order to see visions of the Christmas present. The ghost showed Scrooge his employee having a happy and jolly Christmas dinner with his family.
They are preparing their meager Christmas dinner. Scrooge asks Present if Tiny Tim will live. He replies that if thing go like they are, he will die. Scrooge demands Present to spare him, but he just mocks him with his own words, “Then let him die, and decrease the surplus population.” (Video, 1984). With that, they leave and go to his nephew’s Christmas party.
Mr.Scrooge was a very helpful and very sorry man. He learned his lesson and will show his Christmas Spirit throughout the little children of the world ,through joy, through happiness, and through the Christmas Spirit. At the end he became little Timmy's second father. Mr.Scrooge loved him and all those around him. And that is how Mr.Scrooge change throughout the
After Marley warns him not to end up like himself, and informs him that he will be visited by three ghosts, the first ghost arrives in Scrooge’s home. This is the the Ghost of Christmas Past. The spirit is dressed in a bright white tunic and is holding branch of luscious green holly. The ghost shows him scenes from when he was younger. These scenes make a massive impact on Scrooge.
Scrooge was able to see that the Cratchit family is now very quiet and just sits in a lot of quiet now that Tiny Tim is gone. Scrooge realizes now that it is really time to change how he treats people in a big way and that if he doesn’t nobody will care whether he is alive or not. Also that the people who’s lives that he does impact will be miserable because he treated them so
He wanted to warn him that if he didn’t clean up his act he was going to end up dead and in chains like him. When the ghost of Christmas future comes it shows that Scrooge is dead giving him further warning. Then the story goes on to say, "that the spirit within him should walk abroad among his fellowmen, and travel far and wide; and if that spirit goes not forth in life, it is condemned to do so after death. It is doomed to wander through the world -- oh, woe is me! -- and witness what it cannot share, but might have shared on earth, and turned to happiness!"
The story of A Christmas Carol commences on Christmas Eve 1843 with Scrooge at his mazuma-lending business. He vilipends Christmas as a "humbug" and subjects his clerk, Bob Cratchit, to grueling hours and low pay. He shows his cold-heartedness toward others by relucting to make a monetary donation for the good of the poor, claiming they are better off dead, thereby "decrementing the surplus population." While he is preparing to go to bed, he is visited by the ghost of his business partner, Jacob Marley, who had died seven years earlier (1836) on Christmas Eve. Like Scrooge, Marley had spent his life hoarding his wealth and exploiting the poor, and, as a result, is damned to ambulate the Earth for perpetuity bound in the chains of his own avarice.