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A Christmas Garland

Sir Max Beerbohm

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Community Reviews

This is a compilation of short stories in Munsey's reader during the late 1800's. It was confusing at first to understand that each chapter was a different view of Christmas. The stories were excellent and caused me to think about Christmas in several different ways.

Non fa piacere pensare che il Natale sia stato defraudato, spogliato del suo antico calore e costretto al servizio di una ripugnante ostentazione.

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