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Santa's Christmas Library (eBook)

400+ Christmas Novels, Stories, Poems, Carols & Legends (Illustrated)
Verlag: DigiCat
ISBN: 8596547755227
GTIN: 8596547755227
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Santa's Christmas Library' is a literary mosaic encompassing a wide range of styles and themes, curated with a discerning eye for storytelling excellence and thematic profundity. The anthology brilliantly showcases the diversity of its impressive roster, with contributions from luminaries such as Shakespeare, Dickens, Twain, and Tolstoy, weaving through the realms of drama, poetry, fiction, and philosophy. Its rich tapestry promises readers an exploration of Christmas through various lenses - from the joyously celebratory to the introspectively reflective, making significant inroads into understanding the multifaceted nature of the holiday season and its impact on the human spirit. The contributing authors, a veritable who's who of literary history, bring to the collection an unparalleled depth of cultural, historical, and philosophical insights. Figures such as Harriet Beecher Stowe and Booker T. Washington provide narrative gravitas, infusing the anthology with themes of social justice and the transformative power of kindness and generosity. Through their collective works, one discerns the nuanced tapestry of Christmas, touching upon its religious, societal, and emotive resonances. This cross-disciplinary anthology is emblematic of diverse historical and cultural iterations of the holiday season, tracing its evolution across time and geographies. 'Santa's Christmas Library' is thus an essential volume for both aficionados of literature and students of cultural history, offering a unique prism through which to examine the essence of Christmas. It invites readers to journey across epochs and borders, to rediscover the quintessence of Christmas through a symphony of literary greats. Each story, poem, and essay enriches the reader's understanding, rendering this collection a treasured compendium for those seeking to delve deeper into the yuletide spirit, its historical roots, and its myriad expressions across the globe.

Santa's Christmas Library' is a literary mosaic encompassing a wide range of styles and themes, curated with a discerning eye for storytelling excellence and thematic profundity. The anthology brilliantly showcases the diversity of its impressive roster, with contributions from luminaries such as Shakespeare, Dickens, Twain, and Tolstoy, weaving through the realms of drama, poetry, fiction, and philosophy. Its rich tapestry promises readers an exploration of Christmas through various lenses - from the joyously celebratory to the introspectively reflective, making significant inroads into understanding the multifaceted nature of the holiday season and its impact on the human spirit. The contributing authors, a veritable who's who of literary history, bring to the collection an unparalleled depth of cultural, historical, and philosophical insights. Figures such as Harriet Beecher Stowe and Booker T. Washington provide narrative gravitas, infusing the anthology with themes of social justice and the transformative power of kindness and generosity. Through their collective works, one discerns the nuanced tapestry of Christmas, touching upon its religious, societal, and emotive resonances. This cross-disciplinary anthology is emblematic of diverse historical and cultural iterations of the holiday season, tracing its evolution across time and geographies. 'Santa's Christmas Library' is thus an essential volume for both aficionados of literature and students of cultural history, offering a unique prism through which to examine the essence of Christmas. It invites readers to journey across epochs and borders, to rediscover the quintessence of Christmas through a symphony of literary greats. Each story, poem, and essay enriches the reader's understanding, rendering this collection a treasured compendium for those seeking to delve deeper into the yuletide spirit, its historical roots, and its myriad expressions across the globe.

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AutorBjørnson, Bjørnstjerne / Brand, Max / Molesworth, Mary Louisa / Tolstoy, Leo / Dostoevsky, Fyodor / Alexander, Cecil Frances / Freeman, Mary E. Wilkins / Deland, Margaret / Drummond, William / Southwell, Robert / Heber, Reginald / Tennyson, Alfred / Wordsworth, William / Macdonald, George / Boyd, A. S. / Du Camp, Maxime / Austin, Mary / Ewing, Juliana Horatia / de Maupassant, Guy / Grimm, Brothers / Moore, Clement / Livingston, Susan Anne / Sedgwick, Ridley / Wells, Carolyn / Lagerlof, Selma / Smith, Nora A. / Curtiss, Phebe A. / King, Nellie C. / Wheelock, Lucy / Hede, Aunt / Dewhurst, Frederick E. / Stocking, Jay T. / Robinson, Anna / Kingsley, Florence M. / Mackay, Charles / Lane, M. A. L. / Harkison, Elizabeth / Mcalden, Raymond / Mann, F. E. / Kirkland, Winifred M. / Pyle, Katherine / Gallaher, Grace Margaret / Peattie, Elia W. / Arnstein, F. / Linn, James Weber / Symonds, John Addington / Maré, Antonio / de Alarcón, Pedro A. / Simon, Jules / Clifford, Marion / Hale, E. E. / Schuster, Georg / Edwards, Matilda Betham / Lewis, Angelo J. / Dawson, William Francis / North, Christopher / May, Sophie / Domett, Alfred / Mulock, Dinah Maria / Park, James S. / Sears, Edmund Hamilton / Bolton, Edmund / Stone, C. S. / Blodgett, Harriet F. / Whittier, John G. / Burke, Christian / Miller, Emily Huntington / Alcott, Louisa May / Winterbotham, Cyril / Bennett, Enoch Arnold / Peters, John Punnett / Dyke, Henry Van / Burnett, Frances Hodgson / Lang, Andrew / Lagerlöf, Selma / Havergal, Frances Ridley / Daudet, Alphonse / Locke, William John / Scott, Walter / Bécquer, Gustavo Adolfo / Tarkington, Booth / Pérez Galdós, Benito / Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn / Palacio Valdés, Armando / Morris, William / Dickens, Charles / Trollope, Anthony / Prévost, Marcel / Kipling, Rudyard / Potter, Beatrix / Herrick, Robert / Catherwood, Mary Hartwell / Dickinson, Emily / Harte, Bret / Mabie, Hamilton Wright / Nicholson, Meredith / Twain, Mark / Malet, Lucas / Watts, Isaac / Lowell, James Russell / Riley, James Whitcomb / Page, Thomas Nelson / Henry, O. / Brooks, Phillips / Saki / Thackeray, William Makepeace / Jewett, Sarah Orne / Stowe, Harriet Beecher / Coppée, François / Bunce, Oliver Bell / Coolidge, Susan / Crothers, Samuel Mcchord / Lindsay, Maud / Burnett, Alice Hale / Crane, Walter / Theuriet, André / Blanchard, Amy Ella / Williams, Isabel Cecilia / Luther, Martin / Stein, Evaleen / Douglas, Amanda M. / Wallace, Edgar / Wither, George / Washington, Booker T. / Miller, Olive Thorne / Lee, Vernon / Wharton, Anne Hollingsworth / Vaughan, Henry / Cook, Eliza / Stevenson, Robert Louis / Clark, Kate Upson / Jonson, Ben / Ingersoll, Ernest / Child, Frank Samuel / Allen, Willis Boyd / Bishop, Georgianna M. / Thring, Edward / Stealey, F. L. / Tait, James Selwin / Jenks, Tudor / Shakespeare, William / Baum, L. Frank / Williamson, C. N. / Williamson, A. M. / Barrie, J. M. / Porter, Eleanor H. / Johnston, Annie F. / Riis, Jacob A. / Brooks, Elbridge S. / Rand, Edward A. / Barclay, Florence L. / Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth / Hoffmann, E. T. A. / Morris, Harrison S. / Howard, Robert E. / Pickthall, Marjorie L. C. / Doughty, Sarah P. / Andersen, Hans Christian / Yeats, William Butler / Gilder, Richard Watson / Montgomery, Lucy Maud / Chekhov, Anton
VerlagDigiCat
EinbandAdobe Digital Editions
Erscheinungsjahr2023
Seitenangabe10534 S.
AusgabekennzeichenEnglisch
Masse55'555 KB
PlattformEPUB

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