The next morning, Scrooge gets to work early.

Dickens used Scrooge, the main character in the book at first to show how was at the time and then at the end, after the visits from the three ghosts, how the society could be.

But he was tight-fisted man at the grindstone, Scrooge.

Scrooge started changing his personality and life-style throughout the novella.

Also, Scrooge did not do anything extra for Christmas.

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Jorkin, who corrupts Scrooge and leads him to a life of greed.

I do not think the spirit speaks because it wants to keep us guessing on what or who it is.

Charles Dickens uses description in ‘A Christmas Carol’ to help get across some of his ideas.

At the start of the book Scrooge is anti-social, greedy and extremely selfish.

A Christmas Carol as a great success.

Dickens used Scrooge, the main character in the book at first to show how current society was at the time and then at the end, after the visits from the three ghosts, how the society could be....

Ebenezer Scrooge, our main character, is a cold hearted man.

He did this because he had been hurt in the past when he tried to care for someone.

2. What benefits did Scrooge get when he began to care about people?

Everybody except Scrooge who thought Christmas was a waste of money.

We can tell scrooge is unpopular as the narrator portrays him as a “Tight fisted hand at the grindstone.” Scrooges name give us a similarity between the word scrounge what is to be tight with money and every opportunity to make money, this automatically helps us launch an understanding that he is tight with his money, what is necessary to associate him as nasty old man....

It also looks at the language Dickens uses to portray Mr Scrooge.

Dickens’s religious readers could describe Cratchit as full of Christian charity, while they would call Scrooge a man untouched by biblical principles....

When Cratchitcomes in late, Scrooge pretends to reprimand him, then gives him araise.

4. What happened to Scrooge's first employer, Mr.

In A Christmas Carol Scrooge changed from being a money-pinching grouch to a kind-hearted man, he redeemed himself through freewill and life changing memories....

The way Ebenezer Scrooge is portrayed as well as what the character he represents....

7. What did the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come show to Scrooge?

Fezziwig means, sir."

Jorkin: "Oh, you hate progress and money, too, do you?"

Scrooge: "I don't hate them, sir, but perhaps the machines aren't such a good thing for mankind, after all."
Scrooge can at least admit to himself and others that rampant automation has inhumane consequences, a fact that Jorkin also understands but has learned to suppress.

The first time Fred is seen is on page 5 when he greets Scrooge with, "A merry Christmas, Uncle....

At the start of the novel, Scrooge is a penny – pinching miser.

I can tell this because Dickens writes: “ A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner!” This shows that Scrooge is a stingy, grasping miser who, exists only for money and he holds his money very tightly and is not willi...