Language Arts

posted by .

I have to find a metaphor in the book- A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. The only metaphors I have found are 'darkness is cheap' and 'woe is me.' Which one makes the most sense (to be a metaphor)?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. English

    The question is related to the novel A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, who wrote about the social conditions in the 1800's. I need to find info on the pollution situation during this time. Any suggestions?
  2. reading

    what's the purpose of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol?
  3. English

    Why would author Charles Dickens write about poverty and generosity in his writings A Christmas Carol?
  4. Literature

    In Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol", what was the reason for Marley's jaw dropping when the bandage was removed?
  5. Language Arts

    Do you have any book reviews opr book reports on Sharon Draper's Darkness Before Dawn?
  6. reading

    OK so can u guys help me compare/contrast A Tale of Two Cities to A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.. like compare characters,plot,theme,or writing style.. thx
  7. reading

    OK so can u guys help me compare/contrast A Tale of Two Cities to A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.. like compare characters,plot,theme,or writing style.. so far I have got.... The most obvious similarity between A Tale of Two …
  8. Language Arts

    Act II of A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley contains several messages. In a paragraph, explain how one of these messages are conveyed in the second act of the play. Include at least two details from the play to support your points: …
  9. Language Arts

    I have a Language Arts review crossword, and one hint is "Scrooge and Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol". The word is 10 letters long, and has an E as the eighth letter. Thanks!
  10. language arts

    does anyone have the answers too language arts 7 A third read christmas carol act 1 dramatic transformations

More Similar Questions