A REVIEW OF Charles Dickins’ “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” – by William Chavis
English – 1st Semester, 2018-2019
A CHRISTMAS CAROL, authored by Charles Dickins. The story is about Ebenezer Scrooge. His story has been told many different ways, but with the same ending. Ebenezer Scrooge was the richest dude in the town. He kept all the money to himself, and was cheap. He felt everyone should just take care of themselves, like Trump. The Ghost of Christmas Past visited Scrooge and took him to his past showing him his innocence and how he had done bad things to others in the past.
The ghost of Christmas present visited Also Scrooge was shown how he chose money over his girlfriend, and how that choice was wrong. Scrooge happy celebrating by others in that Christmas season, but that these good times would end. And was shown tiny Tim’s family and how he was to die soon, but how he and his family kept their spirits up in a tough time.
The Ghost of Christmas future, or yet to come, visited him also and showed Scrooge his own funeral and how no one would attend his funeral due to him being rude all of the time, and only one person would go to his funeral if paid in food. Scrooge was affected by this and learned he would have to change his ways if he wanted anyone to care about him when he gets old.