A Christmas Carol characters

Bob Cratchit

Bob Cratchit is the minor character of the carol. He symbolizes one of the important themes embodied in the story of Dickens, which is the image of the lives of the poor, in particular, the inhabitants of the cities suffering from cold and hunger. The author shows one day of the family of Bob...

Jacob Marley

Jacob Marley is a ghost that has accompanied Scrooge through his travel. Marley was dead, to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. Scrooge signed it. And Scrooge’s name was...

Ebenezer Scrooge

The main character of “A Christmas Carol,” Ebenezer Scrooge, is the owner of the trade union of "Scrooge and Marley." He was a very mean and cruel person. His whole figure seemed to freeze: his nose was sharp, his cheeks wrinkled, his gait became constrained, his eyes reddened...

The Ghost of Christmas Past

The Ghost of Christmas Past is like a child and has a source of unquenchable, bright light—perhaps this is the best thing that people have in childhood and that they diligently seek to hide over time. The Ghost of Christmas Past comes to Scrooge and rediscovers the past, bringing Scrooge...

The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is gloomy, vague, silent figure. He looks like this because he has nothing pleasant to show Scrooge. Death, betrayal, the joy of people for his death— all this affects and heals the soul of the hero at the same time. The most terrible test was made for...

Tiny Tim

Tiny Tim is a minor character of the carol. He is the crippled son of Bob Cratchit; he can be seen sitting on his father’s shoulder or struggling along with his crutch. But far from being a symbol of suffering, Tim is the merriest, bravest character of all, always reminding others of the...

Fan

Little Fan is the minor character of the text. He is the younger sister of Scrooge. His is the mother of Fred, Scrooge's nephew. "It seemed that the easiest breath of the breeze could destroy her. But she had a big heart." The fan is deceased at the time of the story, but in the...

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