Mean, irritable, joyless, unpleasant… What “bah, humbug!” literary character fits that description?
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With his grumbles and annoyance at Christmas and his mean-spiritedness toward everyone, Ebenezer Scrooge is one of literature’s most miserable people.
The grave of a miserable man.
When you call someone a “Scrooge,” you think they’re experiencing a serious lack of contentment or happiness. Scrooge’s transformation in A Christmas Carol is remarkable because he changes from a grumpy, miserable man into someone who can laugh and appreciate life.
Have you ever known anyone who was always miserable, even to the point of making other people miserable as well?
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