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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Time and Place Who Am I? The Ghosts And Spirits Literary Elements In the Beginning
This was called the Victorian Era
What is the time in which Charles Dickens lived and wrote. It is also the same time the story is set.
This time was named for her.
Who was Queen Victoria?
This is where A Christmas Carol was set
What is London, England?
This created a new importance of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day which had faded over the years in the early Victorian England.
What was the outcome of the publishing of A Christmas Carol?
The encounters with the spirits were supposed to take this long.
What is three nights?
I am the clerk who works in the cold cell at the front of the office.
Who is Bob Cratchit?
I am Ebenezer’s beloved sister who died at an early age.
Who is Fan?
I visited Scrooge to wish him a Merry Christmas. I want nothing from him.
Who is Fred Hollywell?
I let Mr. Scrooge be “free” because he had changed toward me. He allowed the want of money to replace his love of me.
Who is Belle?
I was young Mr. Scrooge’s first employer. I spent a small amount of money to share the joy I felt with my employees.
Who is Mr. Fezziwig?
This spirit took Scrooge back to his childhood school.
Who is the Ghost of Christmas Past?
This spirit showed Scrooge what might happen if the shadows shown do not change.
Who is the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come?
This ghost got Scrooge the chance to avoid his fate.
Who is the ghost of Jacob Marley?
This spirit shared the joy of the day with the poor. He grows older as their time together continues.
Who is the Ghost of Christmas Present?
Scrooge tried to shut out the light that this spirit shared.
Who is the Ghost of Christmas Past?
This helps the reader picture the scene.
What is Imagery?
This is giving human qualities to non-human beings and things.
What is Personification?
This is the repetition of an initial consonant sound.
What is alliteration?
This is the hint of something that will happen later.
What is foreshadowing?
This is a play on words; a sort of “joke”.
What is a pun?
The nephew visits Scrooge for this purpose.
What is to invite Scrooge to Christmas Dinner?
When his nephew tells him of the joy of the season, this is Scrooge’s reply.
What is “Bah Humbug”?
This is the first example of foreshadowing.
What is the title of Stave I: Marley’s Ghost?
This is the only way for Scrooge to escape Marley’s fate.
What is to be visited by the three spirits?
This is Marley’s fate.
What is to wander the world for all time, never resting, never being able to help others.
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