Question says it all and again it should be from literature or fiction.
I was told that the future perfect continuous does not exist. So I am looking for examples from “real published and acclaimed books”.
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In "At the Back of the Black Man's Mind" from 1906, comes the sentence:
"Here, after he himself has given out or started his last song, which is to be taken up by the large assembly of people who will have been waiting to hear his last word or his last groan, his head is taken off and his blood offered to the gods."