"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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I don't know's I feel to give you anything to - day , Mrs. Deems , " said Mrs. Parkins in a resolved tone . " I don't feel much acquainted with the minister's folks . I must say she takes a good deal upon herself ; I don't like so much ...
I feel new already , Vi . I can feel the sun already shining through me . If he was here , I - I could just kiss his hand ; that's how it feels for a fellow to get his nerve back . I got my chance now , Vi ; there ain't nothing can keep ...
Why do you feel I am a stranger ? ” Her lovely little face seemed to be shut tight against him . " People ask me how it feels to have a father who - who made the atomic bomb . They ask me what you're making now .
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"May Your Days be Merry and Bright": Christmas Stories by Women
Fragmentweergave - 1989