The Class System In A Christmas Carol

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In the Christmas Carol novella; Ebeneezer Scrooge, a wealthy and an old man, is conceptualized as an unapproachable and a solitary man at the beginning of the novel nonetheless throughout the story Scrooge slowly starts to reveal his hidden, past emotions. The novel was written by Dickens to show the differences between the class system and their overall attitude towards what they have.In stave one Dickens shows that Scrooge is a "wrenching, grasping, scraping,clutching conventious old sinner". This emphasises the fact that Scrooge is tightfisted and unholy. Dickens use of the adjective "grasping" symbolizes Scrooge's penny-pinching behavior and greediness ;he would rather take than give to help the poor.This was the attitude of the rich as
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