What is Marley's purpose in the story A Christmas Carol?

What is Marley's purpose in the story A Christmas Carol?

Marley's purpose is to begin the saga of the three spirits that visit Scrooge. Marley is also there to explain to Scrooge his bad deeds and wrong doings and warn him of the te

In A Christmas Carol what do the chains symbolize?

In A Christmas Carol what do the chains symbolize?

  The chains are first used (very effectively) to create anxiety and dread in Scrooge. Further, they represent the chains that, first, tie the ghosts between the dead and

In A Christmas Carol what does Marley's chain symbolize?

The chains that Marley wear symbolize all the mistakes that Marley made when he was alive. Built from the same mold as Scrooge, he was a miser and is warning Scrooge that if S

In A Christmas Carol what does time symbolize?

Time is very important in A Christmas Carol, which is structurally centered around distinct elements of Past, Present, and Future. But, the time scheme of the story itself see