What was the relationship between Scrooge and Marley?
"Birds of a feather"! They were partners.
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Scrooge was the name of the miser in Dickens "A Christmas carol" . He was the one who saw the four ghosts.. The first ghost was that of Jacob Marley, Scrooge's dead partner.
scrooge was going to go and visit marley and then he found out that marley was dead
Marley tells Scrooge that he, too, wears a chain, larger than Marley's. Marley has often sat by him unseen. Now he warns him of three more spirits which will visit to help him change his ways.
Changing his miserly ways and to take in to account people and hiseffect on them
The he (Scrooge) has little time left to make changes to his lifeand the way he treats his fellow man. Should he not change then He(Scrooge) will suffer the same fate as Marley; eternal damnation
Marley told Scrooge that everytime Scrooge did something bad, a chain would appear. Marley had lots of chains, and he told Scrooge that he would have more if he didn't change. Marley also told Scrooge that he would be visited by three ghosts.
He's in denile.He thinks the vision is caused by uncooked potatoeor raw meat he might have just eaten
at first scrooge is skeptical but when they travel back in time he believes him
That unless Scrooge changes his life to that of a more accepting person of mankind's issues he will suffer everlasting torment following his death as does Marley.
His day cloths plus he wore a house coat as this was to help himkeep warm as he didnt spend money on coal .
To change his miserly hard hearted ways and seek to help mankind orsuffer a lonely death whereafter he would walk the earth in eternaltorment
they are both selfish, greedy, and cheap and they also work in the same business.
It is never made completely clear EXACTLY what business they engage in, but it seems to involve finances (perhaps lending). Dickens refers to his place of business as a "counting house."
They were both money focused and felt little for the people who haddebts with them
Marley infers sthat he himself was always near Scrooge but he couldnot be seen however, due to the significance of the situation hehad made every effort to redeem himslf a little by helping Scrooge
Marley appeared to Scrooge in several places, but all were at hishouse. The first glimpse Scrooge gets is in the doorknocker, andthen in several places in his room, and finally Marley appears infull body, floating through the locked door to talk to him.
Well, Scrooge's girlfriend is Belle. Belle left Scrooge because he was becoming, well, a scrooge, a penny-pincher, a greedy man. I don't believe he actually gets back with her; I think she marries someone else. It's sad.
He's scared at frst and doesn't belive that Marley's ghost is real. But then he starts to believe by some of the things that Marley says and does.
Marley's ghost commanded Scrooge to change his ways and to be nicer, or else he'd end up like Marley(lonely and hated).
They were both greedy business partners that cared mainly about themselves and their fortune and not about anyone else. A key difference is that during his lifetime, Marley never felt remorse for his ways, and his posthumous visit to Scrooge was intended to make Scrooge see his errors.
To change his miserly ways and make man a part of his life'sbusiness or walk the earth thereafter in torment
Marley was very much like Scrooge in life. However, Marley having suffered seven years of torment in the after life sees that that Scrooge is also destined for everlasting torment after his death and he seeks to redeem himself if only slightly by warning his friend Ebenezer
" A piece of undercooked potato, some undigested meat indeed therewas more gravy than grave about the apparition
Yes he did haunt him because, he loved him and he said that he would stop haunting him if they got married and lived in either Mexico or Australia.
To warn Scrooge that he will suffer eternal torment after his deathshould he not change his ways. Therefore to help Marley foretellsof three ghost who will visit after him
He learns that coninuing on his miserly, money grabbing ways wherehe disrespects and disowns those around him will being Scroogeeverlasting torment
it is not a good relationship between them two. the nephew is nice to scrooge but scrooge is not nice back.
They were both of the same mind. Both saw money as a motivation andboth preferred teh ability to make money than seek to look aftermankind's poor
A toothpick. Scrooge challenged Marley's Ghost with the thought that swallowing the toothpick would make the ghost disappear. When Marley shrieked in response, Scrooge finally came around to believing Marley was there.
Confused initially as he cannot work out if he is hallucinating dueto a bad meal or dreaming. By the end of teh visit Scrooge isfearful of the ghosts message
Marley and Scrooge both focused on earning money. They were both miserly and did not have any compassion for others, especially the poor.
In Charles Dickens' classic tale "A Christmas Carol," the ghost ofJacob Marley visits his former friend and partner Ebeneezer Scroogelate on Christmas Eve. No year is given, but the novella waspublished in 1843 and appears to be a more or less contemporarystory. The other three spirits were, accord…ing to Marley, to have visitedScrooge every night for three successive nights beginning that veryevening at midnight. However, after the manifestations have passed,Scrooge discovers to his delight that they concluded their businessall on the same evening, so that it is only Christmas morning whenthe last vision ends. ( Full Answer )
In "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens, Jacob Marley isintroduced as Scrooge's former business partner who had died sevenyears previously on Christmas Eve. The two men were as good friendsas men of such ill temper and disposition could be, but Marleyinforms Scrooge that the unseen "chain" that Sc…rooge now wears istruly ponderous, having had seven more years to add more and morelinks. Marley does not know why he has been given the opportunityto visit Scrooge from the world of spirits, but hastens to warnScrooge of the terrible fate that awaits him if he fails to act onthe things he will learn from the three spirits to follow. ( Full Answer )
When he reurns to warn Scooge he says that he is doing so onlybecause he has been allowed to do so. He cannot sya why it is thisnight that Scrooge can see him but he warns him that his life mustchange of suffer the same perils as he
In the original script of the story the apparition or Marley couldnot be fully recognised. Seven years had passed since Scrooge hadseen his old partner and in the gloom of the room and the darkshadowy figure that presented its elf Scrooge was to to "Ask Who IOnce Was" so that Marley could correctly …tell him it was hispartner in like ( Full Answer )
Jacobs return was the start of the changes that Scrooge was toundertake before Christmas Day. Marley tells Scrooge that he(Marley) will walk the earth for eternity because of his attitudeto his fellow man. It was a punishment that he did not want Scroogeto endure
Initially they are very much the same person. Both are money andwork focused and care little for teh suffering of those aroundthem. Marley changes once he experiences the eteral suffering hehas brought on himself and in a bid to redeem himself if onlyslightly he offers the hand of bith friendship an…d help to his onlyfriend Scrooge by returning and warning him of the danagers aheadof him should he continue on the current path ( Full Answer )
Marley tells Scrooge that he will be visited by three Ghosts thefirst as the clock strikes one in the morning
Initially we see Scrooge as an oppressive employer who seeks todomineer Bob and treat him harshly. Then when seeing the visions ofhis own past and how Fezziwig treated him and his employeesScrooges attitude starts to change. And then in stave 5 we seeScrooge, the changed man soften toward Bob and ra…ise his salaryimmediately plus seek to help Tiny Tim ( Full Answer )
Marley was allowed back to warn Scrooge of his impending death andthe everlasting torment that would befall him should he not changehis ways. Marley employs the help of three further spirits to helpchange Scrooges mind and ways
Marley is dead and Scrooge is alive. Marley does not have a chanceto change; Scrooge does.
Jacob Marley, Scrooge's deceased business partner, was the firstghost to appear before Scrooge. Scrooge was shaken, but notaffected too much, dismissing the appearance of Marley as a baddream or hallucination.
Initially on seeing his spirit Scrooge dismissed him as a piece ofundercooked meat or raw potato. However, Marley's wailing andmoaning soon convince Scrooge of who he is
Marley was dead and scrooge was still alive. Ghost of Marley feltpity for Scrooge, something taht neither did in their previous liveand unlike Scrooge Marley wanted to do a his old friend a kindservice by warning him about his foreseeable death if he did notchange his ways
Scrooge asks him if he sit, Marley replies yes and does so and thenScrooge checks if Marley can see "this toothpick ". Marley confirmsthis but Scrooge again speaks of his doubts. Marley raises from theseat and with a ear shattering scream unties the bandage that fixedhis lower jaw in place and allow…s the the jaw to drop to his chestin a horrific way. Scrooge is shocked and accepts the vision isreal ( Full Answer )
He tells Scrooge change his ways of suffer eternal torment afterdeath. To aid Marley in changing Scrooge Marley tells Ebenezer ofthe arrival of three ghosts who will help him
Scrooge would not spend a penny on himself or any other whilstMarley did spend on himself and bought large hourse
Scrooge was very miserly even to himself whilst Marley did like thefiner things i.e he bought a very large house in central Londonwhich Scrooge took over and rented out various parts after Marley'sdeath
Jacob has been allow back in to the living realm to warn Scroogeabout his nasty miserly ways. Marley warns Scrooge that he hascreated a heavy burden of chain link by link . Marley lifts hischains and shows Scrooge the length saying "this was the samelength as yours 7 Christmases again and you have w…orked on it eversince. In returning Marley has procured the help of three spiritsto help Scrooge ( Full Answer )
Care. He suffers eternal torment and dies not want his only friendto endure the same