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1  At this time of the rolling year," the spectre said, "I suffer most.
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2  Again the spectre raised a cry, and shook its chain and wrung its shadowy hands.
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3  Scrooge was very much dismayed to hear the spectre going on at this rate, and began to quake exceedingly.
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4  There was something very awful, too, in the spectre's being provided with an infernal atmosphere of his own.
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5  When it had said these words, the spectre took its wrapper from the table, and bound it round its head as before.
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6  The spectre, after listening for a moment, joined in the mournful dirge; and floated out upon the bleak, dark night.
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7  He thought of it, felt how easy it would be to do, and longed to do it; but had no more power to withdraw the veil than to dismiss the spectre at his side.
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Get Context   In 4 THE LAST OF THE SPIRITS
8  The apparition walked backward from him; and, at every step it took, the window raised itself a little, so that, when the spectre reached it, it was wide open.
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9  The truth is, that he tried to be smart, as a means of distracting his own attention, and keeping down his terror; for the spectre's voice disturbed the very marrow in his bones.
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10  But, finding that he turned uncomfortably cold when he began to wonder which of his curtains this new spectre would draw back, he put them every one aside with his own hands, and, lying down again, established a sharp look-out all round the bed.
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Get Context   In 3 THE SECOND OF THE THREE SPIRITS