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Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol
Transcript of Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
The Old Curiosity Shop
A Tale of Two Cities
... and many others... An approach for ESO students Map of England Some Works by Dickens: A Christmas Carol:
The Characters The abused, underpaid clerk. Mr. Fezziwig Bob Cratchit He represents the contrast in attitude towards life and business ethics compared to Mr. Scrooge. The Ghost of Christmas Past It is the first of the three spirits that haunted the miser Ebenezer Scrooge. The Ghost of Christmas Present It is the third of the four spirits that haunted the miser Mr. Scrooge. Jacob Marley In life, Marley was the business partner of Ebenezer Scrooge. The Ghost of Christmas Future It is also known as “The Ghost of Christmas yet to come”.
He haunts the miser Ebenezer Scrooge in order to prompt him to adopt a more caring attitude in life. Ebenezer Scrooge He is the principal character in Charles Dickens' 1843 novel.
Scrooge is a cold-hearted, tight-fisted and greedy man, who despises Christmas and all things which make people happy. Tiny Tim He is the young son of Bob Cratchit, and is seen only briefly, but serves as an important symbol of the consequences of the protagonist's choices. It is claimed that the character is based on the invalid son of a friend of Dickens. He was born in 1812 in Portsmouth (England) and died in 1870 in London.
He is buried in Westminster Abbey
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