Christmas carol AQA GCSE

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what do you think of Christmas Carol?
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 What literacy devices are used? (language, techniques, methods)
 Main context points
 what do the characters mean to you?

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Well, all i remember from year 11 is that Tiny Tim represents innocence and poverty in a corrupt world
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(Original post by ChawanAli)
what do you think of Christmas Carol?
use this chatroom to express your viewpoints on Xmas carol.

 What literacy devices are used? (language, techniques, methods)
 Main context points
 what do the characters mean to you?

This is to help students like me that want to achieve high grades for GCSE.
thank you
xmas carol I feel shows how someone can quickly change their outlook based on some advent. Scrooge at the end of the play realizes the impact his actions have had on other people. Bob Crachit shows that money doesn't define happiness and wealth and tiny time shows that people can be happy in the worst circumstances
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Bob cratchit, scrooges clerk, is a nervous and timid man. He remains unnamed for the first stave as a continual reminder that the poor were only recognised for their work.
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(Original post by Lehlme1)
xmas carol I feel shows how someone can quickly change their outlook based on some advent. Scrooge at the end of the play realizes the impact his actions have had on other people. Bob Crachit shows that money doesn't define happiness and wealth and tiny time shows that people can be happy in the worst circumstances
that's a great point, thank you. will definitely use it in revision
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Well, all i remember from year 11 is that Tiny Tim represents innocence and poverty in a corrupt world
thanks hiccup, nice way to put it
hows toothless?
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Bob cratchit, scrooges clerk, is a nervous and timid man. He remains unnamed for the first stave as a continual reminder that the poor were only recognised for their work.
thanks, didnt even know that . will defo use that for analysis for Bob
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Well, all i remember from year 11 is that Tiny Tim represents innocence and poverty in a corrupt world
this reflects dickens' upbringing, as he grew up in poverty and his father was sent to a debtors prison. lol i dont even have to do a christmas carol for my english gcse anymore
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No worries I used this in my mock 2 weeks ago and got 24/30 ! Good look !
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No worries I used this in my mock 2 weeks ago and got 24/30 ! Good look !
thanks and congrats on your results
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No worries good luck !
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