A Christmas Carol


i really need some examples of irony in A Christmas Carol.

i also need to know the irony in these situations

scrooge's life as a young boy

scrooge's memories of Christmas as a young boy

Belle's wish for scrooge

Mrs. Cratchit's toast for Scrooge

Animal described at Fred's party

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Well, Mrs. Cratchit/s toast for scrooge is ironic because Scrooge is a crude and corrupted person. and she looks past his selfishness.

Interesting topic. Anyways, how about the irony in Disney’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ TV spot? It’s probably one of the very few Victorian pieces of fiction that is still recognizable in today’s culture, and it is, without a doubt, one of the best Christmas stories ever written.

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