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A Christmas Carol Mock Essay
The Ghost of Christmas Past
Contrasts Marley's warning
Embodiment of Light- symbolic
Fezziwigs party- exemplifying who Scrooge should be as a boss
Reflects on treatment of Bob
Happiness is a "fortune"
Looks fondly on these memories, why?
"His heart and soul were in the scene"
The Ghost of Christmas Present
Showing Bob Cratchit and his family
Although poor, still happy and filled with gratitude
"There was never such a goose"
Scrooge's direct influence on their life
Impact of Tiny Tim on Scrooge
Feelings of guilt learning his life won't be long due to his actions
The poor arent just poor buecause they are lazy
Criticising upper class and their beliefs
"I see a vacant seat"
"Fettered" Victorian prisoner
Embodiment of Scrooges fears
Scrooge's business partner in life
Someone who exemplifies a potential future
Somebody who emulated Scrooge in life
Impactful- unlikely to listen to the other ghosts if he didn't have a familiar face warn him of his fate
Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come (mostly paragraph 3)
Why does Scrooge need to change?
How he treats Bob Cratchit
Unkind, cruel, money-oriented
"Picking a man's pocket"
Bob works all year round, but once asked for a day off, is accused of stealing
Effects of the Ghosts on Scrooge
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Final nail in the coffin
Imagery of death, the grim reaper and mute
Shows the lack of impact his death has
Money doesn't define your worth as a person
"Mankind was my business!"- again linking to Marley
Future isn't set in stone but the ghost can show what is likely to happen should Scrooge not change
Forcing Scrooge to come to his own conclusions
"Shrouded in a deep, black garment"
Cyclical structure, bringing back the fear Marley introduced
Scrooge NEEDS to be fearful of his future
How has Scrooge changed?
Linking back to Bob- buying the Turkey
Shows the real impact of the ghosts on Scrooge
Someone who seemed like they would never change, did
Dickens puts hope that his audience will follow Scrooge
Splitting with a laugh
Pathetic fallacy contrasting the weather at the beginning, from cold to sunny