Then he with his friends family and all of them started to insult Scrooge because he did not came to the dinner and when the ghost of Christmas present showed how was the dinner of Fred’s family started insulting him and after that he decided to change. The ghost of Christmas past was in one room in Scrooges house when he found him. The ghost was laughing a lot because all the presents the people was receiving or having fun they would made him laugh. Them=n he showed to Scrooge the dinner of his cousin Fred. In that dinner Fred’s family started to indult Scrooge and he become very sad and after that he was starting to change.
In "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge undergoes a transformation as a result of his encounters with three ghosts and becomes a kind, happy, and generous man. His greedy, cruel, and grumpy demeanor is replaced seemingly overnight, but he doesn’t just wake up and decide to be nice. It takes three Spirits to change his outlook on life - The Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present, and Future. The Ghost of Christmas Past makes Scrooge begin to regret his selfishness, and the Ghost of Christmas Present begins to teach him about others. This second Ghost helps to make him realize that money doesn't buy happiness.
In this Stave, Dickens shows the importance of kindness by showing Scrooge’s absence of it and the effects of his harmful indifference. Scrooge is taken into his own past and shown memories of when he was young. The Ghost shows him scenes of when he was small and alone on Christmas. This memory makes him regret his harshness towards a young caroler that had come to his door the previous day. He sees that he lacked kindness and wishes he gave something to the caroler.
Charles Dickens novel A Christmas Carol has three main themes in the book that really stand out. The main character that will be talked about is Ebenezer Scrooge and how he transforms throughout the book. Scrooge is known as a grump of a man and very kept to himself. In the story the ghosts of past, present, and future come into contact with Scrooge and take him through their stages. While Scrooge is receiving the Ghosts help It they take him through him isolating himself from people and the world, the ghost of christmas present shows transformation and last but not least, the ghost of christmas past shows Scrooge and his compassion and forgiveness.
In a vision that the ghost shows Scrooge he sees Bob Cratchit, who lives on a meager salary working for Scrooge, but is still happy because he is surrounded by family. The ghost is trying to show Scrooge that money is not the path to happiness. Scrooge never enjoys himself, which is clear when you look at his living conditions, which are dark and cold constantly. After this vision, Scrooge realizes that the Ghost of Christmas Present symbolizes happiness and unity found in togetherness. Bob Cratchit is poor, but doesn’t mind it because he is happy to have his family with him.
So Tim sticks it out and still is full of Christmas sprit. As the Cratchit family sit down to Christmas dinner, which is very poor, they say a prayer, but the prayer is stopped when Bob starts to pray for his boss Scrooge. He hears how much he is hated, and asks to return to his home. He comes home to wait for the last sprit. And at 3 o'clock, the final sprit comes, the sprit of Christmas to come.
"Why, for fifty-three years I've put up with it now!" This line shows that for the last fifty-three years, he has been powerless against the ‘Whos’ and their celebration of Christmas. The Grinch’s hatred towards the townspeople causes him to believe that he is able to take away the town’s happiness by stealing the children’s toys. In the quote, “Then he slithered and slunk, with a smile most unpleasant, Around the whole room, and he took every present”, the reader is able to see the satisfaction the Grinch receives from stealing the gift’s from homes. This proves how important materialistic objects are to the Grinch.
It is simply his fault for choosing to live alone and be miserable. The first thing that states Scrooge is a miser is when his nephew comes over to invite him over on Christmas Day. He refuses saying “I’d rather see myself dead than see me with your family,” (669). Then, men asking for donations for the poor come. Scrooge denies and asks if the prisons and workhouses are full, and refuses to give anything.
In contrast to the miners light, was the gloom surrounding Scrooge before he was visited by the three ghosts. Although Scrooge was surrounded by murkiness, greed and self-centeredness before the ghosts visited him, by the time he went to his nephew Fred’s party there much more light, love and generosity present. Fire light and warmth play an important role in The Christmas Carol but darkness and gloom play an equally important role in representing the characteristics of people in the scene.
The phantom is the scariest because it is mute and never says a w... ... middle of paper ... ...ck home and scrooge immediately falls asleep. When he wakes up and sees that it is Christmas morning he starts jumping and running all about. While he is struck with this great amount of excitement, he shaves, irons his best pair of clothes, buys some poor families a big turkey, gives money to the beggars, and goes to his nephew?s house where they are celebrating Christmas. The nephew opens the door to Scrooge and everyone is hearty. He cares for all and is always full of merriment.