How does Scrooge feel about the third Spirit?
To-night, if you have aught to teach me, let me profit by it.” Ghost of Christmas Future- By the time that the third spirit came, Scrooge was almost eager to learn whatever the spirit had to teach him. However, he found the last spirit to be terrifying.
What is Scrooges attitude towards the Spirit?
What was Scrooges initial attitude toward the spirit? he was scared and unwilling to acompany the spirit. What is different about Scrooge when he says “remember it? I could walk it with a blindfold.”
How did Scrooge react to the final Spirit?
After the last spirit has left and he realizes it is morning and he is still alive, Scrooge is overjoyed. In this instance, Scrooge reacts with a “trembling” lip and he tries to put out the spirit’s light, an action which is symbolic of Scrooge’s misanthropic and miserly character.
What are two things that show Scrooge’s attitude?
In Stave Two, when the spirit appears to Scrooge as was foretold by the ghost of Marley—when “the deep, dull, hollow, melancholy ONE” strikes—Scrooge is startled as the curtains around his bed are pulled back and he beholds “a strange figure—like a child” from whose head a bright jet of light shines.
Why is Scrooge willing to go with the third spirit?
In Stave Four, Scrooge is visited by the last of the three ghosts, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. This ghost is instrumental in helping Scrooge to reform his character because he shows him what his life will be like if he does not change his personality and attitude towards others.
How has Scrooge’s attitude changed from his first meeting with a ghost?
Dickens uses the Ghost of Christmas Present to show Scrooge how unpleasant his behaviour has been. Scrooge hung his head to hear his own words quoted by the Spirit, and was overcome with penitence and grief. Scrooge feels ashamed when the Ghost uses his own words against him.
How does Scrooge’s attitude change?
In Scrooge we see a man who is transformed from a greedy, selfish miser into a generous and good-natured character by the end. He is shown the error of his ways by the ghosts that visit him and is redeemed by his own willingness to change.