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Bad, Christmas, and Fire: ACC revision - Microsoft Word non-commercial use Home Insert Page Layout References Mailings Review View Foxit PDF Cut Arial a Copy AaBbCc. AaBbCcD Format Painter 1 NormalT No Spaci.. Heading 1 Heading 2 Ttle Subtite Subtle Em.. .Change Clipboard ment Recovery has recovered the following files. Save Styles ocu ell al actel uvel View Word Dicken's use of the weather e ones you wish to keep. The main character in the novella is Ebenezer Scrooge. At first we see his sadness in contrast with his humble clerk and his cheerful nephew, Fred. One night the ghost of his old business partner, Jacob Marley, visits and warns Dickens uses pathetic fallacy to represent Scrooge's nature. The weather is a metaphor for Scrooge's behaviour as he cannot be made either warmer or colder by it. vailable files Version created from the last... 00:00 01 January 1601 Repaired sorooge that he be visted by three Practise question spirits. In A Christmas Carol, Dickens presents Scrooge as a tight-fisted, horrible character. At the start of the novella Dickens uses pathetic fallacy to start describing the main protagonist Scrooge. He describes the weather as being cold and harsh which is a metaphor for his behaviour. When we first meet Scrooge we can see that he is mean to his clerk as he doesn't even let him have a large fire to warm him on the Christmas Eve Night. He is even reluctant to give the clerk the next day off. This shows the reader that Scrooge is a really bad character. Scrooge might be acting this way because of his business partner's death 7 years ago The Ghost of Christmas Present, the Ghost of Christmas Past and the Ghost of Christmas Yet, show Scrooge scenes that ultimately bring about his change of characten Scrooge Miserable Scrooge is the main character of Dickens's novella and is first presented as a miserable, unpleasant man. He rejects all offerings of Christmas cheer On Christmas Eve he is visited by the ghost of his old business partner, Jacob showing to us that he hasnt gotten over Marley, who warns that he will be visited it and he is taking it out on others by three ghosts. Each of the ghosts Close Words365
Bad, Christmas, and Fire: ACC revision - Microsoft Word non-commercial use
 Home Insert Page Layout References Mailings Review View Foxit PDF
 Cut
 Arial
 a Copy
 AaBbCc. AaBbCcD
 Format Painter
 1 NormalT No Spaci.. Heading 1 Heading 2 Ttle Subtite
 Subtle Em..
 .Change
 Clipboard
 ment Recovery
 has recovered the following files. Save
 Styles
 ocu
 ell al actel uvel View
 Word
 Dicken's use of the weather
 e ones you wish to keep.
 The main character in the novella is
 Ebenezer Scrooge. At first we see his
 sadness in contrast with his humble
 clerk and his cheerful nephew, Fred.
 One night the ghost of his old business
 partner, Jacob Marley, visits and warns
 Dickens uses pathetic fallacy to
 represent Scrooge's nature. The
 weather is a metaphor for Scrooge's
 behaviour as he cannot be made either
 warmer or colder by it.
 vailable files
 Version created from the last...
 00:00 01 January 1601
 Repaired
 sorooge that he be visted by three Practise question
 spirits.
 In A Christmas Carol, Dickens presents
 Scrooge as a tight-fisted, horrible
 character. At the start of the novella
 Dickens uses pathetic fallacy to start
 describing the main protagonist
 Scrooge. He describes the weather as
 being cold and harsh which is a
 metaphor for his behaviour. When we
 first meet Scrooge we can see that he is
 mean to his clerk as he doesn't even let
 him have a large fire to warm him on the
 Christmas Eve Night. He is even
 reluctant to give the clerk the next day
 off. This shows the reader that Scrooge
 is a really bad character. Scrooge might
 be acting this way because of his
 business partner's death 7 years ago
 The Ghost of Christmas Present, the
 Ghost of Christmas Past and the Ghost
 of Christmas Yet, show Scrooge scenes
 that ultimately bring about his change of
 characten
 Scrooge
 Miserable
 Scrooge is the main character of
 Dickens's novella and is first presented
 as a miserable, unpleasant man. He
 rejects all offerings of Christmas cheer
 On Christmas Eve he is visited by the
 ghost of his old business partner, Jacob showing to us that he hasnt gotten over
 Marley, who warns that he will be visited it and he is taking it out on others
 by three ghosts. Each of the ghosts
 Close
 Words365