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Isolation is presented through the abstract nouns of the ghosts. Scrooge had diverged all relationships and friendships through his behaviour and negative approach. The characters of the ghosts emphasise the loneliness of Scrooge and act like a stimulus is showcasing his inner emotions. Dickens has presented Scrooge as an outsider in society and victim to his own, self-inflicted loneliness. No one necessarily pushed Scrooge away, instead he himself ostracises from society. This is shown through “self contained and solitary as an oyster”, the sibilance is similar to that of a snake which suggests something sinister and making his way through life alone. This main theme of loneliness has been presented by Dickens starting from his childhood to his older years.
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