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Essay | A Christmas Carol: A Morality Play

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of A Christmas Carol.
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A Christmas Carol: A Morality Play

Summary: Evaluates the Charles Dickens novel, A Christmas Carol. Debates if it can be considered a morality play.
A morality play, not unlike some of the popular plays I have seen. I think we all have seen this familiar theme many times over the years. As we head into the Christmas season, where reflective thinking becomes this very theme. I can compare this play with some of these seasonal plays. The play that comes to my mind immediately is, "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.

This theme of reviewing ones life as we are approached by death or the impending visit of death is very recognizable. Scrooge is visited by the spirit of Marley in the Dickens play and told of his impending doom. "Everyman" is visited by the spirit of death and told of his impending doom. The twist here is that Scrooge can do something about it if he just wakes up, "Everyman" has already dug his grave, so to...

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