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- Created on: 13-04-17 14:36
- The Supernatural
- Dickens, like many Victorian authors enjoyed writing in this genre as it was popular and allowed stories to go beyond normal human experience
- "No doubt whatever about that" - The Narrator persuades the reader that Marley is real
- Dickens uses 'the supernatural' in order to manipulate time and allow Scrooge to travel to his past, present and future"
- "Best and happiest of all, the Time before him was his own, to make amends in"
- Dickens believed in the power of imagination; this is conveyed as a mean of comfort for young Scrooge
- "Why it's Ali Baba! Scrooge exclaimed in ecstasy