How does Scrooge feel about seeing his past?

How does Scrooge feel about seeing his past?

For the first time, Scrooge expresses regret over a past lack of generosity. Scrooge has just relived the events of his boyhood, when he was left alone at school over Christmas. He experiences the sad and lonely feelings he has long repressed.

What happens to Scrooge’s belongings in the future why does this bother Scrooge?

Scrooge’s belongings are stolen by his employees in the Christmas future. When Scrooge travels into the future with the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, he sees his future self. He has no idea that the man whose life he is seeing in the future is actually himself.

Why was Scrooge upset by the shadows of his past?

When Scrooge sees the shadows of his lonely childhood, he “wept to see his poor forgotten self as he used to be.” His weeping continues until he is reminded of the books he used to read and the characters with which he used to populate his imaginative world.

What bothers Scrooge at the stroke of one?

Terms in this set (12) Explain Scrooge’s disappointment when a spirit did not appear upon the stroke of one? He was upset because he was ready for the spirit to come, and was prepared, but then he didn’t come.

What do Scrooge’s servants do right after his death?

When Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come see Scrooge’s servants they are in a very seedy shop, selling off any of Scrooge’s belongings they have been able to take from his house. Scrooge has been brought to see what will happen after he is dead.

What does Scrooge hope will happen when he changes?

What does Scrooge hope will happen when he changes? He hopes to ‘sponge away’ the writing on the stone.

Which ghost has the most impact on Scrooge?

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.

How does Scrooge’s first boss Fezziwig treat his employees?

Fezziwig is shown to be a kind and generous employer. When the ghost shows Scrooge the Christmas party that Fezziwig threw for his employees, Scrooge is reminded of how much respect he had for the man. He is shown the fun he use to have while working for this great man.