"Christmas stories" by Charles Dickens
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Mrs. Lirriper having no idea that she is not his real grandmother. Here we recognize the inner goodness of this lady, her kind heart and nobility.
She hates Mrs. Wozenham who lives in the same street and who also gives for rent her furnished rooms. They have disliking to each other.
But, in spite of that, Mrs. Lirriper helps her in Miss. Wozenham s hard situation and discovers her real internal life, that she is not negative person at all and even shy for bad behavior of herself.
In general, main hero of this story is not rude, bad-tempered. She is always ready to be useful at any moment to men even she can not agree with or she does not like them. For example, her late husband s brother always make troubles, disturbs her, asks money, but despite all that, when he was caught by policemen Mrs.
Lirriper was even crying and doing her best to make policemen to let him out. Or another example can prove what is said above, that Mrs. Lirriper met her neighbors, whom she completely disliked, with great hospitality when their house fired.
They all were very grateful to Mrs. Lirriper for saving their lives and accepting them with kindness and pity. Charles Dickens describing Mrs.
Lirriper shows us the ideal picture of simple, pleasant, kind-hearted person. She always finds good characters in everyone whether she likes him or not. Her geniality takes her even out of borders, to France.
Mrs. Lirriper goes there to recognize the dying person who is going to leave his heritage to her. But when she finds out that this man - at death - is little Jamie s father, who left him, she forgives him seeing his regret in his mirrowlike eyes, and leaves him to be judged by God.
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