"May Your Days be Merry and Bright": Christmas Stories by Women
These short stories, written over the last 120 years by leading American women writers, reflect all of the varied emotions of Christmas, and through their literary craft enrich the many meanings of the Christmas holidays.
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"May Your Days be Merry and Bright" and Other Christmas Stories by Women
Fragmentweergave - 1988
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