A merry christmas A merry christmas
A merry christmas
A merry christmas

Anglais A merry christmas (édition en anglais)

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One of five beloved Christmas classics A Merry Christmas collects the treasured holiday tales of Louisa May Alcott, from the dearly familiar Yuletide benevolence of Marmee and her 'little women' to the timeless 'What Love Can Do,' wherein the residents of a boarding house come together to make a lovely Christmas for two poor girls. Wildly popular at the time of their publication-'readers deluged Alcott with letters demanding sequels-'and drawing on Alcott's family and experiences in the abolitionist and women's suffrage movements, these stories have the authentic texture and detail of Christmas in nineteenth-century America, while their emphasis on generosity and charity make them timeless embodiments of the Christmas spirit.
Penguin Christmas Classics Give the gift of literature this Christmas.
/> Penguin Christmas Classics honor the power of literature to keep on giving through the ages. The five volumes in the series are not only our most beloved Christmas tales, they also have given us much of what we love about the holiday itself. A Christmas Carol revived in Victorian England such Christmas hallmarks as the Christmas tree, holiday cards, and caroling. The Yuletide yarns of Anthony Trollope popularized throughout the British Empire and around the world the trappings of Christmas in London. The holiday tales of Louisa May Alcott shaped the ideal of an American Christmas. The Night Before Christmas brought forth some of our earliest Christmas traditions as passed down through folk tales. And The Nutcracker inspired the most famous ballet in history, one seen by millions in the twilight of every year.
Collect all five Penguin Christmas Classics:
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Christmas at Thompson Hall: And Other Christmas Stories by Anthony Trollope A Merry Christmas: And Other Christmas Stories by Louisa May Alcott The Night Before Christmas by Nikolai Gogol The Nutcracker by E. T. A. Hoffmann

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  • Disponibilité


  • Nombre de pages

    147 Pages

  • Longueur

    19.4 cm

  • Largeur

    13.3 cm

  • Épaisseur

    1.7 cm

  • Poids

    226 g

  • Distributeur


  • Support principal

    Grand format

Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott est née aux États-Unis en 1832, dans une famille assez atypique: sa mère était très engagée dans les mouvements féministes et
abolitionnistes, son père le philosophe Amos Bronson Alcott était un compagnon de route des transcendantalistes. Louisa a d'ailleurs eu H. D. Thoreau comme instituteur et a écrit ses premières histoires pour distraire la fille d'Emerson. Elle a passé une partie de son enfance dans une communauté végétalienne utopiste, Fruitland, créée par son père.