"May Your Days be Merry and Bright" and Other Christmas Stories by Women
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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Say , Christine , you don't think she — you know whom I mean— cared anything about my coming , do you ? " " I don't know , " she said again , softly , with her eyes fixed warily on his face . " Well , I guess she didn't ...
I felt the same way when my John was coming . ” She laughed then , teasingly : “ How does it happen you're so sure it's going to be a boy ? You keep saying ' he ' all the time . " Mary had gone calmly on with her sewing ...
So then after Janet stopped coming I asked Hecksher who was the big mutation mink ? Hecksher says , “ Mrs. Gleason . Her son is a Wall Street broker . She's not very popular , but she only came last month .
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"May Your Days be Merry and Bright": Christmas Stories by Women
Fragmentweergave - 1989