A Christmas Carol

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Show how the novelist engages your interest in the character and explain the nature and process of his development.
In the novel “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, the main character, Scrooge, develops over the course of meeting four ghosts in the night.At the start of the novel he is an old miser who earns lots of money but has nothing to show for it.He is also never nice to anyone, and never gives any of his money away.But by the end if the novel he has made a complete transformation.
At the beginning of “A Christmas Carol” Scrooge is incredibly mean and thinks that Christmas is a “Humbug”, and just a time when you find “yourself a year older and not an hour richer”, and that anyone who says Merry Christmas should be “boiled with his own pudding”.
Charles Dickens shows just how mean he is by having Scrooge's nephew, Fred, at the other end of the scale.However horrible his uncle is to him, Fred is always unfailingly nice to him, and trying to make him see the wonder of Christmas and how you don't need money to enjoy it.
“Though it has never put a scrap of gold or silver in my
pocket, I believe that it has done me good and will do me
good; and I say, God bless it!”(p 15)
Scrooge is also a firm hater of the poor and when two men looking for money to help the poor ask Scrooge to donate some he replies.
“Are there no prisons?” asked Scrooge.
“Plenty of prisons,” said the gentleman…
“And the Union workhouses?” demanded Scrooge, “Are
“…I wish I could say they are not.”
“Oh!I was afraid, from what you said atfirst, that something
had occurred to stop them in their useful course.”
Meaning that he does not need to give money to charity as he already pay taxes to have these places running, where the poor can go if they want and be fed.
Thefirst step in Scrooge's transformation, is the arrival of the ghost of his old business partner, Marley.Marley is in the…