Why did Charles Dickens write "A Christmas Carol"?

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Charles Dickens wrote a Christmas Carol because of the childhood experiences he had and sympathy for the poor. He was angry at how the children were treated at the school he attended and so he helped out there to try and make things better. Charles Dickens left school when his father was imprisoned for debt.
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Charles Dickens wrote the novella A Christmas Carol in 1843, with the intention of drawing readers' attention to the plight of England's poor.
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A Christmas Carol was originally published on December 17, 1843.
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