A Christmas Carol Essay | Theme in "A Christmas Carol"

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Theme in "A Christmas Carol"

Summary: Discusses the theme of "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.
A theme is a moral message in a story. In "A Christmas Carol" Scrooge is a greedy old man who only cares about money. He soon learns about himself and how he acts. The theme of this story is that money should not matter and it should not take control of your life. This message relates to Scrooge and you will learn why.

Scrooge was greedy and was obsessed with his money. Once he had money he would not let it go, even if others needed it. At work his employee Bob Cratchit would shiver all day because Scrooge refused to buy heating coals for a fire. Bob was his employee after Jacob Marley had passed away. Marley was Ebenezer Scrooge's equally greedy partner. He soon hoped to save Scrooge from suffering a similar fate.

Ebenezer Scrooge also did not have much respect for Fred...

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