"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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Thamrč took no supper . It was six o'clock when she entered into her parlors and shut her doors about her . It was five minutes before eight when Mr. Havermash called to conduct her to the concert hall in the second story of the brown ...
Then you took it out afterwards . ' " I ain't laid hands on't . " " You must have ; it couldn't have gone off without hands . You know you're kind of forgetful , father . " " I guess I know when I've took a paper out of a drawer .
We took it for granted . And I believe that you and Anne always took snow for granted , too , in the years when we came here for your Christmas holidays . Snow isn't so important in the city . " Behind him he heard Hal's crunching tread ...
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"May Your Days be Merry and Bright": Christmas Stories by Women
Fragmentweergave - 1989