"Christmas stories" by Charles Dickens
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of Warren we find ourselves in the horrible darkness after the warm bedroom from the hot fire we are taken away to the deserted, bare plains, to the sea we just sit at the holiday table - and already see thrown children the name of a girl - Poverty, the name of a boy - Ignorance. That time Dickens convicted that the crime, poverty, inequality, violence which he hated and was afraid of in modern society all these is cause of uneducation, I think everybody should think like that if they need and desire better future for themselves and for their nation. Charles Dickens always believed in education, but his thoughts about the methods of education essentially changed.
But, then, coming back from America, he did not change his mind that only education is able to stop the deep-rooted evil, where he saw consequence of injustice and severely arranged society, where the human is only economic unit. This idea presents in two firstly written Christmas stories, but in The Chimes Charles Dickens gives it as thesis in the form of political satire that in Christmas Song, accompanying it with horrible scene facing Scrooge children - Ignorance and Poverty - he expresses his past sufferings and ideas. Scrooge is last who could be appealed to - all kind-hearted generous men, who are able to reorganize the society with personal nobility and generosity.
The difficulty, however, presents because Scrooge is partly hero of typical story with ghosts but this Christmas story, myth about expiation and condescended for good fortune, is necessary for holiday, promising changes better future. We can not mark Scrooge as the true merchant. Like Pickwick, he passes through purifying fire of world sufferings, only for this reason he should experience his own childhood, to see childhood of Little .Скачать