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.
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, also known as the Ghost of Christmas Future, is a character from Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol. Role in the story. It is the third and final ghost who haunts the miser Ebenezer Scrooge, in order to prompt him to adopt a more caring attitude in life and avoid the horrid afterlife of Marley.
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come shows the death of Ebenezer. Scrooge understands that after his death nobody will remember him with a good word, because during his life he was a bad person. When Tiny Tim also died, this became a real tragedy for the whole family.The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is the most frightening because of everything that it represents. A lot of people compare this ghost to Death, but it becomes even scarier when you consider it.Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come The Phaaantom of Christmastime Is Here. However eerie and unpleasant Scrooge's midnight adventures have been, they are all fun and games until the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come shows up.
The Ghost of Christmas Past showed him his childhood and shadows of his life before his obsession with money. This ghost shows him things that have already taken place and events he cannot change. This ghost shows him that his fixation with money was the reason he had no friends. He even lost his one and only love for money.Read More
In Charles Dickens's novella A Christmas Carol, three spirits visit Scrooge in order to help him change his miserly ways.The Ghost of Christmas Past is the first spirit to visit Scrooge. This.Read More
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, like the future itself, appears as a mysterious and unknowable figure, literally shrouded in darkness. Here, the narrator describes the scene when the Ghost first appears to Scrooge. The Ghost takes Scrooge to future events and points to the details Scrooge needs to see, but does not answer any questions.Read More
The guests of Scrooge’s nephew, Fred, also toast to Scrooge despite his cruelty. The ghost of Christmas Present, changes Scrooge by making him feel obliged to help the poor of London, and the ghost makes him aware of what people think of him. The last and the most fearsome of the phantoms visit Scrooge, the ghost of Christmas yet to come.Read More
The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come conveyed him, as before -- though at a different time, he thought: indeed, there seemed no order in these latter visions, save that they were in the Future -- into the resorts of business men, but showed him not himself.Read More
The last of the ghosts is the “Ghost of Christmas yet to come”. Like all the other spirits this is described in tremendous detail, but in a slightly different way to the others. The others were definitely impressive, but the last one is shrouded in mystery and the classic tension and atmosphere starts to build-up.Read More
The last ghost came the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come who showed him why he should change the ways of acting he has. They found out how he died, Bob Crachit’s son died and how much chaos there was with the economy.Read More
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is also referred to as the Phantom in the story. He is the third spirit to visit Ebenezer Scrooge. The apparition is a menacing figure who is clothed in a black hooded robe. He approaches Scrooge in a slow manner with fog and screeches. The Phantom is a reape.Read More
The Ghost of Christmas past shows Scrooge HIS past life, The Ghost of Christmas Present Shows Scrooge his life in the past year and the Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come shows Scrooge potentially.Read More
Scrooge's third ghostly visitor is The Ghost of Christmas Future, also called The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. A Terrifying Ghost When The Ghost of Christmas Future appears, Scrooge sees a.Read More