A Christmas Carol

Why do you think the Ghost of Cheistmas future says nothing?


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I think that by this point in the play, Scrooge is left to interpret things on his own. He has been through past and present and now must process what all of it means. The spirit is a Grim-Reaper type entity that merely guides Scrooge and lets him come to his own conclusions about his life.