He tells Scrooge their last hope is to be visited by three Ghosts - the Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. Scrooge dismisses his vision, saying "there's more of gravy than of grave about you, whatever you are" and goes to sleep. Scrooge is redeemed because he learns how to let his spirit walk among his fellow men. He shows this by becoming 'a better man, a better master' as the good old city ever knew. He reveals his progress slowly by his actions, reactions and emotions.
Bob Cratchit is Scrooge 's employee and is not treated well or payed well. Bob shows he still cares for this man and has sympathy but however his wife does not. Bob has been with Scrooge for so long he knows that Scrooge has nobody in his life, christmas is when you are suppose to be with your family. Looking back on the text "My dear," was Bob 's mild answer, "Christmas Day." Bob tells his wife this is time for love and not hate.
He is now giving and nice to others. Scrooge was very self-centered but then changed his ways and now cares about others feelings. Scrooge was grumpy all of the time, but at the end he jumped out of bed very excited that it was Christmas and that he was going to celebrate Christmas with Bob Cratchit and his family. Ebenezer was giving at the end of the story, he gave poor kids money, and helped save the Cratchits. We don't really know if he stayed that way, he changed because if he didn’t he would have died.
The example of fire and light also holds true for Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol. Before the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the spirits of his seven years dead business partner Jacob Marley, and the Ghosts of Christmas’s past, present, and future, he despises Christmas and everything about it, almost forcing his clerk, Bob Cratchit to work Christmas day. Even his always cheerful nephew Fred cannot seem to break through the hatred. But while Scrooge worked as an apprentice for Mr. Fezziwig, the hatred was not present. But through the series of events that happened in his life.
After seeing all of these regretful decisions Scrooge states, “Remove me! I cannot bear it!” This shows that Scrooge is now regretting his poor decisions. The second spirit that comes to visit Scrooge is the Ghost of Christmas Present, he is a very jolly man wearing a simple green robe. The spirit takes Scrooge to see Cratchit's house when he is there his family toasts to Scrooge. Scrooge is very confused.
In Israel Horovitz’s play rewrite of A Christmas Carol, Scrooge goes through many character changes. He does not remove his business sign after his partner, Jacob Marley, dies. He does not care much for Christmas time and sees it as a time to make more money. He is thoughtless towards other people’s lives and feelings and believes that money is to be made or saved, and not spent. He only signs Marley’s funeral papers because he believes that by doing so; he can manipulate a business transaction.
Although Scrooge was wealthy, and pity Tinny Tim, he still couldn’t take money to exchange the little boy’s life back. Last but not least, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come tried to change the old selfish man by threatened him. He was taken to a graveyard, he saw a grave with his name and date of dead was on 25th December, Christmas Day. Scrooge was told that this would be his grave and he would die because of his character, he was really
The last one the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. He is a scary phantom. All Scrooge can see is the black robe covering him. Scrooge can?t see his face either. The phantom is the scariest because it is mute and never says a w... ... middle of paper ... ...ck home and scrooge immediately falls asleep.
‘True,’ said the Ghost. ‘Your nephew!’ Scrooge seemed uneasy in his mind; and answered briefly, ‘Yes.’” (pg. 33-34). Scrooge’s only connection to his kind and gentle sister is his nephew, who also shares Fannie’s sweet nature. Scrooge is then filled with regret because of his callous treatment and lack of relationship with his nephew, who only wanted to be kind and spread the joy of the season.
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.