Compare and Contrast Essay “I wear the chain I forged in my life, I made it link by link, and yard by yard; i girded it by my own free will, and of my own free will I wore it.” - Charles Dickens. The movie and play “A Christmas Carol” has many similarities and differences. In the movie “A Christmas Carol” made on November 18, 1983, has a greedy old man that goes by the name Ebenezer Scrooge. He doesn’t like Christmas and he doesn’t share anything that he doesn’t have to or doesn’t want to. To him Christmas is a ba humbug. Not very many people like him. One night his dead business partner Jacob Marley’s ghost comes to warn him that three spirits are coming to help him. The first spirit is Past, then Present, and Future. In the end he
Compare and Contrast for Charles Dickens
Have you ever read A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens? If you have you must know that Scrooge is not a nice person, just like many rich people were in 19th century England. Charles Dickens actually included some of his life experiences in A Christmas Carol and excluded some. In this paper you will read about how Charles Dickens included some experiences and excluded some in A Christmas Carol.
To begin, Charles Dickens life and A Christmas Carol have…
Compare and Contrast
Throughout the years,many great poets have tried to capture the spirit of America by telling their own personal experiences to tell a facinating poem. These two great poets have done something similar but with a twist ending. Their names are Walt Whitman and Richard Blanco.
Both Whitman and Blanco recognize the adversity and unity of the people who contribute to the vitality of America. In Stanza 6 Whitman says " I hear America singing, the varied carols I hear."…
A Christmas Carol – Extended Response Questions
1. Scrooge is now totally open to the spirits; to what he might learn, and taking ownership of the situation. What might Scrooge learn from this spirit?
The second spirit is Christmas Present. He takes Scrooge to see how other people act and speak of him. He shows Scrooge the love that the Cratchit family have for one another despite having no being poor. Scrooge also sees their need…
a lie. It is from The Adventures of Pinocchio, written by Carlo Collodi. “When she lost her job, she acted like a Scrooge, and refused to buy anything that wasn’t necessary.” Scrooge was an extremely stingy character from Charles Dickens’, A Christmas Carol. “I thought the software would be useful, but it was a Trojan Horse.” This refers to the horse that the Greeks built that contained all the soldiers. It was given as a gift to the enemy during the Trojan War and, once inside the enemy's walls…
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