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  1. How and why does the character of Scrooge change?

    All the faults in his character appear to be routed from "The cold within him." This coldness has withered and limited Scrooge, turning him into a twisted lonely man. Scrooge's attitude to Christmas can be epitomised in one word: anathema. Christmas to Scrooge is an annoyance, an excuse for the population to be lax in their duties, and celebrate even when times are bad. Scrooge responds to his Nephew's exclamation of "A merry Christmas, uncle! God save you!" with "Bah!

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