- The Ghost of Christmas Past represents memory. ...
- The Ghost of Christmas Present represents generosity and good will. ...
- The Ghost of Christmas Future represents fear of death.
The Ghost of Christmas Past, with his glowing head symbolizing the mind, represents memory; the Ghost of Christmas Present represents generosity, empathy, and the Chri stmas spirit; and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come represents the fear of death and moral reckoning.... read more ›
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In Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by four ghosts on Christmas Eve: Jacob Marley, and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future.... read more ›
The Ghost of Christmas Past is the first spirit to visit Scrooge after the ghost of Marley. It arrives as the clock chimes one. It is an ephemeral spirit that appears to be both old and young at the same time with light streaming from the top of its head.... see details ›
The ghost does not speak which reflects that the future is unknown and that only Scrooge has the power to change it. The ultimate role of the ghost is to instil fear in Scrooge to catalyse his change. The ghost does this by showing Scrooge the body of a man (which is himself) that is “unwatched, unkept or uncared for”.... see details ›
The scabbard, then, serves as a symbol for peace, making the second ghost symbolize both abundance and peace.... view details ›
The Ghost is the final spirit and shows Scrooge a vision of his unmourned death in the near future, as well as the death of Tiny Tim. In this movie, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is a large, faceless wraith.... see more ›
What is the reason behind the visits of the three ghosts? To make him turn good. Why did Marley take his bandage off? To talk to him and so Scrooge would recognize him.... see details ›
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"Death-cold eyes" is a metaphor, Marley's eyes have changed this way from death. (Stave 2), Simile / Juxtaposition, it's not technically possible for someone to be young and old at the same time but the spirit has achieved this, possibly with the help of supernatural power.... read more ›
The ghost of Christmas yet to come has the most impact on Scrooge because it makes him fear what has yet to come and makes him want to change in any way possible. This spirit also pushes him over the edge making him realise he has to change his ways to not end up like Marley; forgotten and alone in Purgatory.... read more ›
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come or the Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come (or simply the Ghost of Christmas Future or the Spirit of Christmas Future) is a fictional character in English novelist Charles Dickens's 1843 novella A Christmas Carol.... view details ›
The Ghost of Christmas Past first shows Scrooge his old boarding school where he was deserted by his father, described as a cold and unloving man, who bore a grudge against him because his mother died in his childbirth.... view details ›
Marley symbolises worldly greed and spiritual poverty.
It was long, and wound about him like a tail; and it was made (for Scrooge observed it closely) of cash-boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds, and heavy purses wrought in steel.... see more ›
The second spirit is the Ghost of Christmas Present who takes Scrooge to the Cratchit family where he sees the humility with which the family tolerates its poverty. The sight of Tiny Tim, who is sick and weak, saddens him.... view details ›
The last ghost is called the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come.... read more ›