What are the three ghost in A Christmas Carol?
People also ask, what are the 3 ghosts in A Christmas Carol?
These ghosts visit Scrooge one by one and each represents Christmases of a specific time. The first ghost represents Christmas Past, the Second ghost represents the Christmas Present and the third ghost represents the Christmas Yet To Come.
Also Know, how are the ghosts presented in A Christmas Carol? The Ghost of Christmas Present, a giant spirit dressed in green, appears in Ebenezer Scrooge's bedroom. He shows Scrooge that all of his acquaintances celebrate the holidays. Scrooge sees the impoverished Cratchit family's celebration and the spirit also shows him the high spirits at Scrooge's nephew Fred's house.
Likewise, people ask, how did the 3 Ghost change Scrooge?
In Stave Four, Scrooge is visited by the last of the three ghosts, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. This ghost is instrumental in helping Scrooge to reform his character because he shows him what his life will be like if he does not change his personality and attitude towards others.
Which ghost is most important in a Christmas carol?
The ghost of Christmas yet to come has the most impact on Scrooge because it makes him fear what has yet to come and makes him want to change in any way possible. This spirit also pushes him over the edge making him realise he has to change his ways to not end up like Marley; forgotten and alone in Purgatory.