A Christmas Carol

How does dickens present the attitudes towards Christmas in 'A Christmas Carol'

Quotes and paragraphs would really help guys thank you! I've done this for the first part of A Christmas Carol where his nephew walks in, I need some more help after that stave.

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These attitudes are shown throughout the story. We see Scrooge's nephew Fred embrace Christmas while Scrooge begrudges Christmas. We see Scrooge's old boss Mr. Fezziwig provide Christmas cheer to his employees. There is really something in every scene of the play. Unfortunately, this is only a short answer space.