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  • Theme Of Redemption In A Christmas Carol

    In the novel A Christmas Carol, written by Charles Dickens, there are many ways in which Ebenezer Scrooge is redeemed by Jacob Marley’s ghost and the three Christmas Spirits. The novel’s setting starts in London where there are serious world problems lurking. Dickens, throughout the novel, does not stray far from showing the importance of maintaining good humanity in one’s lifetime. Dickens depicts this through the main character, Scrooge, showing his redemption from the beginning and end of the novel. This theme reinforces the social values that humans should all follow and accept. The importance of conserving generosity, kindness, and consideration are all forced through Marley’s ghost and the Spirits of Christmas. Dickens strongly wanted to see a change in Victorian London, but also wanted to see humans change within their spirits. In the beginning of the novel, the readers are introduced to Ebenezer Scrooge who is depicted as a character in which does not interact with society. Scrooge is also shown as one who cares deeply for his income and money-making business. Dickens uses Scrooge as a representation of London during the industrial revolution, showing the character as taking advantage of his privileges. In the same stave, Jacob Marley is introduced to the reader. He is described as Scrooge’s dead work partner. Marley is used as a symbol of consequences in the novel. When Jacob Marley’s ghost visits Scrooge, he is tied down by a heavy chain. The chain is a symbol of…

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  • How To Reduce Family Abuse

    in condemned housing, unsafe housing, bare wires, stairs while not protecting railings, no heat, no bathroom, or water. (you would be stunned what number children sleep in homes that have had water and lights stop working. Keeping them out of faculty for extended periods with no excuse offered. Keeping them prisoners by physical or psychological. Using your child to sell drugs. And after all any sexual assault by either parent or alternative shut family contacts. Physical abuse that endangers a…

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  • Cask Of Amontillado

    Like a few of Poe 's stories, and in keeping with the nineteenth-century interest in the subject, the story spins around a man being covered alive for this situation, by immurement. The Cask of Amontillado" is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, initially distributed in the November 1846 issue of Godey 's Lady 's Book. The lyric has only been translated three times yet just for instructive purposes. The Cask of Amontillado was a scholarly representation of his tension and him viewing it to be…

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  • Use Of Situational Irony In The Cask Of Amontillado

    has no clue that he intends on killing him. In fact, Montresor acts as if he respects Fortunato. Montresor knows he is taking advantage of Fortunato knowing that old wines are his weakness, and he expresses this when he says, “I continued, as was my want, to smile in his face, and he did not perceive that my smile was now the thought of his immolation” (236). With this being said, Montresor knows how to work Fortunato and take advantage of him by getting what he desires. Furthermore, Montresor…

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