The Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come Revision Cards

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The Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come Key Quotes

Silent: 

This last ghost does not speak at all. It is the most haunting in appearance. 

"...a solemn Phantom, draped and hooded, coming, like a mist along the ground, towards him."

Dickens shows a 'solemn' and spooky spirit in the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come.

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The Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come Key Quotes

Frightening:

The ghost fills Scrooge with terror.

"Scrooge feared the silent shape so much that his legs trembled beneath him, and he found that he could hardly stand when he prepared to follow it"

The presence of this ghost makes Scrooge afraid. His trembling legs and inability to stand firm show how he is worried about the future that the ghost will how him.

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The Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come Key Quotes

Demanding:

The ghost points wherever he wants Scrooge to look and does not move until he obeyed.

"Still the Ghost pointed with an unmoved finger to the head".

The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come silently demands that Scrooge pays attention. The spirit's silence is unrelenting.

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