The Grinch is a fictional character created by Dr. Seuss. He is best known as the main character of the children’s book as The Grinch stole Christmas! (1957). has been interpreted/expressed by large numbers various actors, including: Boris Karloff, Hans Conried, Bob Holt, Jim Carrey and Benedict Couberbatch.
The Grinch is represented as a furry, pear-shaped creature with a crazy nose, a cat-like face and a cynical personality. In Full-Color adaptations, it is typically avocado green color. He spent the last 53 years living in solitary confinement on a cliff, overlooking the city of Whoville.
In contrast to the cheerful is, the Grinch is misanthropic and medium temperament, with a heart that is “two very small sizes “. He especially hates the Christmas season, taking special note of how to disturb the several Christmas noises are for him, including the singing of Christmas songs. Unable to endure the holidays any longer, he decides to destroy it once and for all.
Aided by his pet dog, Max, he disguises himself as Santa Claus and invades the houses of those who steal everything they possess and throw it off a nearby mountain. Although the theft is successfully removed, on Christmas morning, it is surprised to hear the one who still sings happily, happily simply having each other. So he realizes that the party has a deeper meaning than it has ever considered. Inspired, it prevents the belongings of whoever falls from the edge of the mountain, and in the process his heart grows three sizes. He returns every the gifts he stole and is happy to participate in the WHO Christmas celebration.
The Grinch is still portrayed as a bitter and moody character in works of art or other means of communication. Both in the animated television special as in the live action movie 2000, it shows that it has superhuman strength when it stops a whole sled loaded with gifts from passing a cliff and raises it over its head, and is also described as “[Find Ndo] the strength of ten Grinche s plus two “(a phrase lifted from the original book) during that moment of crisis.
With the venom spirit of the character followed by the transformation on Christmas morning, scholars have noticed resemblance to Ebenezer Scrooge of the novel by Charles Dickens 1843 to Christmas Carol. 1  cardiologist David, who suggested that the rapid growth of the Grinch at the end of the story indicates that the Grinch has the physiology of a Burmese Python. 3
In the 2000 adaptation, when he was a baby, his first sign of hating Christmas was after seeing any of those who realized that he landed in a tree. When he was brought in, he showed violence for the holiday, mainly biting the head of a Santa biscuit and drawing violence when he was in school.
She falls in love with a girl named Martha, when a large boy harassed him for being various and telling him that he already has a beard, which only feeds his determination to make the greatest gift by using family heirloom, a small grammatic and a comarcar and throw them into a Pot of very hot cooking.
When he returns to school for the exchange of gifts with a sack on his head, the Grinch is intimitated again, this time to the boy about his gift and the bag on his head, to which the teacher says Grinch to take her away , revealing his useless attempts to shave his face, which makes the whole class, especially the master, laugh. This causes the Grinch to lose his temper, resulting in him throwing his gift into a pile of gifts, picking up the tree and playing, screaming, “I hate Christmas! “The real reason is that he hates the holiday season and the WHO.