It was written in Victorian English which is very similar to that spoken today
No. In English we say "How old are you?"
Thee and thou mean "you" in old english.
tarry means currly in old english
In Old English, elegy is more of a "mode" or manner of
There aren't any online translators for Old English. You would need to find a person that speaks Old English, perhaps a college professor.
A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens.
He had acted in several plays, including A Christmas Carol (in 2000 as Tiny Tim)
That would be Ebeneezer Scrooge from Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol'.
A Christmas Carol The Bible
The Christmas song, "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" was a popular carol in old England. The first records of the song being sung are from the 16th century. This is why the song contains the phrase, "figgy pudding". Treats or coins were given to carol singers during the Christmas season.
"Old" Marley is "dead as a door nail" in Charles Dickens' classic novella A Christmas Carol.
A stingy old man is likely to be called a Scrooge.
Yes he is
Ebenezer Scrooge the main miserly old character