Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

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Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
A Christmas Carol character
The Last of the Spirits-John Leech, 1843.jpg
Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. Original illustration by John Leech (1843).
First appearanceA Christmas Carol (1843)
Created byCharles Dickens
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The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come or the Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come (or simply the Ghost of Christmas Future or the Spirit of Christmas Future) is a fictional character in English novelist Charles Dickens's 1843 novella A Christmas Carol. It is the third and final spirit to visit the miser Ebenezer Scrooge on Christmas Eve.

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  • Hearn, Michael P. (1989). The Annotated Christmas Carol / A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens; illustrated by John Leech; with an introduction, notes and bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn. Avenel Books. New York. ISBN 0-517-68780-1.
  • Dickens, Charles. A Christmas Carol (and Other Christmas Writings). Edited introduction by Michael Slater. Penguin Classics