What does Scrooge first think the ghost actually is?
Because he was Scrooges only friend, and they were pretty much sole mates. 21.) What does Scrooge first think the ghost actually is? To warn Scrooge and try to change him.
Why does Scrooge doubt that Marleys ghost is actually in front of him?
Explain why Scrooge doubts that Marley’s ghost is really in front of him. He thinks Marley might be an undigested piece of beef, a blot of mustard, a crumb of cheese, or a fragment of an underdone potato. Scrooge doubts the presence of Marley because he think his senses have been affected.
How did Scrooge feel about the ghost of Christmas Present?
Dickens shows a ‘solemn’ and spooky spirit in the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. The ghost fills Scrooge with terror. Scrooge feared the silent shape so much that his legs trembled beneath him, and he found that he could hardly stand when he prepared to follow it. The presence of this ghost makes Scrooge afraid.
What does Scrooge think has caused this ghost to appear?
Initially, Scrooge believes that the appearance of Marley’s ghost is a result of indigestion. Here Scrooge discerns another reason for the presence: his old friendship with Marley. In this moment, Marley’s desire to help out his old friend has caused the ghost to appear.
How does Scrooge feel after each visit from a Ghost?
As the final ghost shows him his own corpse, Scrooge falls to his knees: “Spirit!” he [Scrooge] cried, tight clutching at its robe, “hear me! I am not the man I was. After the last spirit has left and he realizes it is morning and he is still alive, Scrooge is overjoyed.
What warning did Marley’s ghost give Scrooge before leaving?
Marley comes to warn Scrooge of the future that is waiting for him if he does not change his ways. He says that it is the job of men to live among and help their fellow man when they are alive. If they do not do so, they are condemned to do so in death.
What does Scrooge think caused the ghost to appear?
Why is Marley’s ghost still on earth?
It also foreshadows the fate of Scrooge if he chooses not to change. Marley explains to Scrooge that for the past seven years since his death he has been “sentenced” to wandering the Earth carrying heavy chains in punishment for his sins. Therefore, he has been forced to walk the earth in his death.
Why is Jacob Marley’s head wrapped?
Happy Holidays from the team at Benco Dental. Back then a bandage was wrapped around the jaw and knotted on top of the head to keep it closed after death since the muscles would be slack. It was meant to presera dignified appearance for the deceased.
What does Scrooge think has caused Marley’s ghost to appear?
A chance and hope of my procuring, Ebenezer.” To which Scrooge replies “You were always a good friend to me . . . Thank’ee!” Here Scrooge discerns another reason for the presence: his old friendship with Marley. In this moment, Marley’s desire to help out his old friend has caused the ghost to appear.
Who are the other ghosts in Christmas Carol?
27.)Briefly explain who the other spirits Scrooge sees flying around London are. The ghosts are the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future 27.) As soon as Marley’s Ghost leaves, what does Scrooge do?
How does Scrooge feel about people avoiding him?
How does Scrooge feel about the fact that people avoid him on the streets, beggars won’t ask him for money, children won’t ask of him the time, noone will ask him for directions, and even seeing-eye dogs take blind men out of his path? He loves it because he doesn’t like people. 7.) How does Scrooge feel about both Christmas and marriage?
What does the author mean when he writes about Scrooge?
(Hint: We learned this word in class specifically to describe Scrooge) Cold-hearted, selfish. 5.) What does the author mean when he writes about Scrooge, “The cold within him froze his old features… he carried his own low temperature always about with him; he iced his office in the dog-days; and didn’t thaw it one degree at Christmas”?