-A Christmas Carol-

Bob Cratchit

Bob Cratchit is Scrooge’s overworked employee (clerk), a timid man afraid to stand up to his boss’s demanding ways, as he is worried about being sacked. The patriarch of the Cratchit family, who are   poor in wealth but rich in love, he cares dearly for his crippled son, Tiny Tim. Cratchit is a symbol for the Victorian poor, good-hearted and hard-working but unable to climb out the stifling conditions of poverty.


‘I’ll give you Mr scrooge the founder of the feast’

‘A Merry Christmas to us all, my dears. God bless us!’

‘As good as gold’ said Bob, ‘and better. …’

‘A poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!’

‘Tried to warm himself at the candle’

‘My little, little child. cried bob. my little child’

‘It’s only once a year sir. pleaded Bob’

‘The clerk’s fire was so very much smaller that is looked like one coal’

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