A Christmas Treasury

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Jack Newcombe
Viking Press, 1982 - 474 pages
An anthology of favorite and little-known stories, memoirs, sketches, and poems by American and European masters, past and present, captures all the allures and pleasures of Christmas as celebrated in different times and places

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User Review  - eowynfaramir - LibraryThing

This collection suffers from indescriminate inclusion. For example, the first story, "The Fir Tree" by Hans Christian Andersen, is sad and even demoralizing, much like other Andersen tales. Poor ... Read full review

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One of my favorite Christmas stories is in this book; I read it aloud every year: A Christmas Memory, by Truman Capote. Read full review

Contents

Hans Christian Andersen THE FIR TREE 1
1
Anonymous SAINT STEPHEN WAS A CLERK
8
Barrie THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS EVE
14
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