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The spirit is described very little; I think this is because Dickens wanted to keep it mysterious, as he did not know what the future would be like. The spirit is made approach scrooge scarily ?slowly, gravely silently approached'. The spirit does not speak which again adds to its mysteriousness. I do not think the spirit speaks because it wants to keep us guessing on what or who it is...
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I do not think the spirit speaks because it wants to keep us guessing on what or who it is. Charles Dickens uses description in ?A Christmas Carol' to help get across some of his ideas. Firstly, he uses lots of description whilst talking about the potatoes, which are cooking in the Cratchit household...
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