What are some metaphors in the story A Christmas Carol?
One of the first is "he was dead, as dead as a door nail."
The absolute best Christmas story is Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". The story of Christmas Past, Present, and Future is timeless. "I'll Be Home for Christmas" is another excellent choice.
a Christmas carol is relevant today because Charles dickens tries to get the poor some respect and also he wrote the title to cheer people up and it is meant to be a ghost story
The ghost is Scrooges past and brings to the story the darker days of his life and some of the more positive events
On page one, "I might have been inclined, myself, to regard a coffinnail as the deadest piece of ironmongery in the trade". Just look for sentences with as in them and it's most likely a metaphor
In the original story there is no Mr Poole. In some plays and films later characters were added to give more depth to the story telling
There are several movies based on A Christmas Carol. These movies include old and newer movies. Some titles you may be looking for in answer to this question are; "A Christmas Carol", "An Easter Carol", "Christmas Cupid, "Scrooge" or "A Dennis the Menace Christmas."
scrooge is selfish,cheap,a rich man,odious,old and grumpy
In the original story edwards name does not appear. In some of the versions later characters were added to build a wider characterisation.
The cultural setting for A Christmas Carol was set in a time in the 1800's in London, England and it was a Victorian style era. It was also a time where there was major differences (social & financial) between the rich (Scrooge; Jacob Marley) and the poor (some of the townspeople).
"A Christmas Carol"
Chapman and Hall published A Christmas Carol. This is what Wikipedia has to say about the book: A Christmas Carol in Prose, Being a Ghost Story of Christmas (commonly known as A Christmas Carol ) is what Charles Dickens described as his "little Christmas Book" and was first published on December 19, 1843 with illustrations by John Leech. The first of the author's five "Christmas books", the story was instantly successful, selling over six thousand… Read More
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For many people the movie of The Snowman would be top of their list. A Christmas Carol is another perennial favourite. A Sesame Street Christmas Carol and A Muppets Christmas Carol are two others.
The story is mostly realistic fiction because Charles Dickens, the author of A Christmas Carol usually writes about life and his time then and not fake things. The characters are real too. This story is also classic because many people have been reading this for generations. It has been past down for centuries since Charles Dickens published this book. -Tammy Le (sorry if some facts are wrong about this have rights to change)
Charles Dickens wrote the original story. Some people at Disney adapted it. Burny Mattinson was the head writer. producer, and director.
One that was made up for the story by Dickens was in reference to Marley in the openeing stave. he he describes Marley as "He was dead, as dead as a door nail".
life is a story to be told(by Belal)
Rocking Robin Fits the cipher, but it is NOT a Christmas Song at all. Okay there was some juvenile story- the Birds" Christmas Carol, but this had nothing to do with Rockin" Robin, which was recorded by Bobby Jay ( appropriate name) and was later revived by, as usual the Jackson Five.
The moral of the story against the Victorian language used in its writing for many will challenge those that don't underrsdtand some of the British terms used
They are in a charity home where she volunteers. These were opened by people who like the two portly gentlemen at the beginning of the story were seeking to give the poor some warmth, care and food over Christmas
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There are four ghosts in the story - Marley- and the three tenses of Christmasses Past, present, and yet to come... but curiously nobody ( in time synch) dies in the story. contrary to some ideas- Tiny Tim does not die in the tale.
Metaphors is any non literal statement, something said that is not actually true, but is intended to convey some idea that is true.
A Christmas Carol
There are many examples of metaphors in this story. Each of the sections use this literary device in order to help with the imagery.
Popular Christmas stories in France include The Nativity Story, or the Story of Christmas. The Story of the Maji is an other popular Christmas story in France.
I think that it was a very well written story though I personally would say that in some bits that are not so interesting drag on does anyone agree?
A metaphor in the story Stargirl, by Jerry Spinelli is loopy for love.
Is is a very popular because it is story about belonging, Scrooge was belonging when he was young, but when he chose money and power, and became older he became less belonging.... it is also great because some people can relate to this story, so forth, and so forth.
It makes for a handy, inoffensive title. Oddly the carol that does figure in the end of the story is never identified. popular idea is that it is either the ( democratic) or easy to sing for all- Silent Night, Holy Night) - or God rest ye Merry Gentlemen. stop and think nearly all the cast are male so why not.. It is NOT specific in the story. One guesses Charles practiced some camouflaged. if… Read More
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There are no "traditional" Christmas carols that have been written in Australia. There are some popular and uniquely Australian songs, some of which have the word 'carol' in the title, such as: Australian Jingle Bells by Colin Buchanan Six White Boomers by Rolf Harris The Three Drovers The Carol of the Birds Christmas Day ("the North Wind is tossing the leaves") by John Wheeler and William G James
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Donation, Dasher and Dancer (the reindeer), donkey (Mary's ride)
Elf is very funny. A Nightmare Before Christmas and A Muppets Christmas Carol - also very funny and Christmassy.
What about some christmas carol sheet music?
... good saint Dustin ... the weather... as his weapon
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Charles Dickens uses TONS of imagery in the book A Christmas Carol one example is (dont know the page#) " The phantom slowly, gravely, siletnly, approached." I dont know if this is imagery but if it is this is one!
O Little Town of Bethlehem is a Christmas Carol. Ornaments is a Christmas word. Zalig Kerstfeast means Merry Christmas in Dutch.
Some families put up manger scenes in their yards. Many churches have Christmas plays of the Christmas story. For the most part, though, the Christmas Story is not celebrated much in today's society.
There is no official movie which has been decided as "The Most Popular" but some considered very popular are: * It's a Wonderful Life * A Christmas Story * Christmas Vacation * The Nightmare Before Christmas * Home Alone * Miracle on 34th Street * Die Hard * The Polar Express * We're No Angels * Elf * Black Christmas * Love Actually * White Christmas * Bad Santa * The Santa Clause * A… Read More
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The adjectives ; fun , joy , full of spirit
Some great games for adult Christmas parties could include Christmas charades, Christmas movie trivia, Christmas Carol Pictionary, a photo booth idea may also be suitable.
"...waiting was the sorrowful background music..." "poverty was the cage in which we were all trapped"
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