Which quote uses interrogatives to suggest that Scrooge believes that being poor was self-inflicted and almost like a crime due to the poor law of 1834 in Stave One; and the Ghost of Christmas Present repeats this to criticise Scrooge's attitude in Stave Three? (Stave One, Scrooge and Stave Three, Ghost of Christmas Present) Scrooge seems to undo any kind of redeeming act here as he again cannot accept change., and is unwilling to listen to reason.
“Business!” cried the Ghost, wringing its hands again.“Mankind was my business; charity, mercy, forbearance, and benevolence, were, all, my business.The deals of my trade were but a drop of water in the comprehensive ocean of my business! The Ghost of Christmas Past opens up his bed curtains to reveal a terrified Scrooge. Jun 23, 2019 - Explore kyrahicks's board "Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens", followed by 427 people on Pinterest. ', you can make them a sandwich and say 'oh by the way, here!' Scrooge's niece played well upon the harp; and played among other tunes a simple little air (a mere nothing: you might learn to whistle it in two minutes), which had been familiar to the child who fetched Scrooge from the boarding-school, as he had been reminded by the Ghost of Christmas Past. Scrooged (1988) Bill Murray as Frank Cross. Scrooge McDuck (also known as Uncle Scrooge) is a Scottish duck created by Carl Barks.Named after Ebenezer Scrooge from Charles Dickens' 1843 novel A Christmas Carol, he is Donald Duck's rich, miserly uncle, whose primary character trait is his thrift. After the Ghost of Christmas Future revealed to Scrooge his own sorry death, Scrooge exclaimed: “I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year. 4 minute read “But you were always a good man of business, Jacob” faltered Scrooge, who now began to apply this to himself. Think about how many times Scrooge is pulled into and out of his bed. The Ghost Of Christmas Past- The ghost is described as being both old and young. The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come turns into one of the bedposts when it melts away, and each time a ghostly adventure is over, Scrooge finds himself plopped back into his four-poster. Scrooge first appeared in Four Color Comics #178 in the story Christmas on Bear Mountain, published in December of 1947. Furthermore at the end of the stave when the ghost is ‘haunting’ Scrooge he snaps and forces its cap on its head, destroying the ghost.
Frank Cross : There are people who are having trouble making their miracle happen; there are people who don't have enough to eat, there are people who are cold, you can go out and say hello to these people. You can take an old blanket out of the closet and go to them and say 'Here! [In the Ghost of Christmas Future funeral scene, we see Frank, hysterically terrified, banging inside around the coffin, trying to escape and make things right for himself before he is doomed for cremation.
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