"May Your Days be Merry and Bright" and Other Christmas Stories by Women
Wayne State University Press, 1988 - 260 pagina's
These fifteen short stories gathered by Susan Koppelman combine all the great themes of Christmas. They were written by American women over the last one hundred and twenty years, and all but two were published in the Christmas issue of a popular magazine or
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... cheek to cheek , read also , with the quiet expression so seldom seen on her restless face . " How good Meg is ! Come , Amy , let's do as they do . I'll help you with the hard words , and they'll explain things if we don't understand ...
... cheek . “ Mother - you must not ! You do not understand ! O , my God , this is worst of all ! " Hunger , weakness , cold , shame , all came back to him , and shook his self - control completely . Physically he was too weak to stand a ...
... cheek . But Anne sat crouched on the floor , her head bent . He glanced at her and went to the window and looked out . The snow had ceased to fall and be- tween the wintry gray of the sky he saw lines of blue again . A variable sort of ...
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"May Your Days be Merry and Bright": Christmas Stories by Women
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