He sees his little sister and he remembers how she had a big heart and his nephew was her only child. Christmas Eve. How does Scrooge feel about Christmas? He thinks it is nonsense. It interrupts business.
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He sees his little sister and he remembers how she had a big heart and his nephew was her only child. Christmas Eve. How does Scrooge feel about Christmas? He thinks it is nonsense.
It interrupts business. Because he will have to pay him for a day of not working. He regrets the way he treats his own clerk, Cratchit. Stage directions are notes included in a drama to describe how the play is to be performed or staged.
Usually in italics. Stage directions describe the movements, costumes, moods and ways of speaking of the characters. Kind, looks like Fezziwig. What did Scrooge he send to the Cratchits? He sent the prize winning turkey. Christmas Dinner. Why does she end things with Scrooge? Scrooge cares more about money than love. What is the mood? What is Tiny Tim is dead, they are gloomy and sad.
He was excited to be alive; joyful. To warn him to change his life and to tell him that three spirits will be visiting him soon. Scrooge needs to pay attention to their messages. Ignorance and Hunger What is dialogue? Dialogue is a conversation between characters. In a play, dialogue follows the name of the character.
When does Scrooge finally have a change of heart? When he learns that in the future, Tiny Tim dies. Click to zoom.
"A Christmas Carol"- Adaptation by Frederick Gaines
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