returned the boy. Street Boy: Come on, guv. "What a delightful boy!"
Yes. said Scrooge. Do you know whether they've sold the prize turkey that was hanging up there?—Not the little prize turkey: the big one?' A remarkable boy! As I read the conversation I noticed how Scrooge's attitude towards others dramatically changed. "Do you know the Poulterer's, in the next street but one, at the corner?" So factual, everyday, unremarkable a skill as knowing the nearest butcher sparks, for the newly-awoken Scrooge, both delight and wonder. Yes, my buck!” Scrooge: Is it! Do you know whether they’ve sold the prize Turkey that was hanging up there? A description of Scrooge as young boy-he was left alone at school as others enjoyed their holidays. When you read, "An intelligent boy!" said Scrooge.
`An intelligent boy.' Ebenezer Scrooge, a curmudgeonly, miserly businessman, has no time for sentimentality and largely views Christmas as a waste of time.
Test. In the book by Charles Dickens, Scrooge did not throw the boy money to buy the Turkey. Delightful boy! Do you know whether they"ve sold the prize Turkey that was hanging up there -- Not the little prize Turkey: the big one?" "I should hope I did," replied the lad. Scrooge is based on an 1843 novella, A Christmas Carol in Prose, Being a Ghost Story of Christmas (more commonly known as A Christmas Carol) by English writer Charles Dickens (1812-1870). Street Boy: What? In this short conversation Scrooge is pleasantly talking to a young boy on Christmas Day. ... "An intelligent boy!" A Christmas Carol Quotes: Scrooge. Scrooge inquired. `A remarkable boy. Adjectives "solitary" and "neglected" highlight his feelings of loneliness and isolation, therefore we feel sympathy for him. "It's hanging there now," replied the boy. 3) We also see him lament brushing of the little caroler without giving him money (he later displays clear regret for this dismissive action when he redeems himself by speaking enthusiastically the the boy from his window: ‘An intelligent boy!” said Scrooge. In this excerpt from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, which feeling does Scrooge display?inquired. "I should hope I did," replied the lad. 'What! He applauds the random kid with two glowing adjectives: “intelligent” and “remarkable.” Do you know whether they've sold the prize Turkey that was hanging up there - Not the little prize Turkey: the big one?" Do you know whether they’ve sold the prize turkey that was hanging in the shop? “A remarkable boy!
The novella was adapted for the screen by South African-born screenwriter Noel Langley. "What, the one as big as me?" said Scrooge. Edit “It's … “A remarkable boy! Scrooge: An intelligent boy. 'What a delightful boy!' Street Boy: It’s hanging there this minute. “I should hope I did,” replied the lad. Street Boy: It’s hanging there this minute. Directed by Brian Desmond Hurst. said Scrooge. Come back with the man, and I'll give you a shilling.