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Novel Analysis on A Christmas Carol The novel chosen A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens was first printed in 1843 The 1963 edition written in prose published by Macmillan Publishing Company is the version chosen to analyze The central purpose or theme of this novel is to look at the good you do in life and how it carries over after your death Referring to the first Christmas and what it symbolizes such as the Christ Childs innocence and goodness from before His birth until present time This book symbolizes good versus evil of laughing and crying and of how people should treat each other The golden rule applies treat others as you would like to be treated Ebenezer Scrooge was an unhappy child Many things attributed to this unhappiness from childhood to adulthood including being sent away to boarding school while his sister lived at home being poor and greediness of always wanting more This story of Christmas had Scrooge seeing the Ghost of Christmas Past the Ghost of Christmas Present and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come While Scrooge could visualize and eventually feel what was going on he could not at that time change what had been or what was to be in the future Ebenezer Scrooge a grouchy unhappy cold evil man without feelings is the main character in A Christmas Carol His famous line Bah Humbug5 is repeated by many during this season of the year Often times at Christmas people seeming not to be in the Christmas spirit are referred to by this phrase Scrooge wanted to do away with Christmas and the Spirit of Christmas It was his desire to have all people keep their distance from him He was all business Jacob Marley Scrooges partner had been dead seven years on Christmas Eve
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