Scrooge finds himself in his
own bed, discovering that it is
still Christmas day.
Scrooge has completely changed- he laughs and
wishes passes-by a Merry Christmas. He buys the
Cratchit family a huge turkey, then joins Fred and his
companions for a Christmas dinner. The next day,
Scrooge gives Bob a pay rise.
We are told that Tiny Tim will survive, and that
Scrooge celebrates Christmas for the rest of his
how they are
Scrooge: In this stave, he is presented as
a changed man and is kind and merry to
everyone around him. He is helpful
towards the poor especially the
Cratchits: They are
presented as grateful
and shocked by the
way that Scrooge is
acting. They accept
his kindness and
welcome him as a
very close friend to
People he was
once not that
kind to but he is
now nice to
them: They are
but so happy of
the fact that he
Tiny Tim is presented as
very significant in
Scrooge's life and future.
He is one of the reasons
Dickens' intentions of
to show us that
people can change
despite what they
have done in the
He wanted to highlight Scrooge's
transformation and the positivity
surrounding it. As well as this, he
wanted to further highlight the theme
of rich being able to help the poor
through Scrooge's changed ways. We
see this through Tiny Tim living
thanks to Scrooge.
"A Merry Christmas to
everybody! A happy new year
to all the world. Hallo here!
"An intelligent boy!" Said Scrooge.
"A remarkable boy! Do you know
whether they've sold the prize
turkey that was hanging up
"Not a farthing less."
"I have come for dinner. Will you let me in?"
"I'll raise your salary, and endeavour to assist your