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Homework 27/4/13

How does Dickens present different attitudes towards charity in `A
Christmas Carol'?

One of Dickens' key messages in the novella `A Christmas Carol' is the
importance of charity. During the 19th Century, when the book was written and
set, there was a large divide between the rich and…

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The character of Mr Fezziwig is used by Dickens to show that you don't need a
lot of money to be charitable. The fact that he had `spent but a few pounds' on the
Christmas party tells the reader that charity can come in the form of other things


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