By Louisa May Alcott
One of 5 loved Christmas classics
A Merry Christmas collects the precious vacation stories of Louisa may possibly Alcott, from the dearly favourite xmas benevolence of Marmee and her “little women” to the undying “What Love Can Do,” in which the citizens of a boarding condo come jointly to make a beautiful Christmas for 2 negative ladies. Wildly renowned on the time in their publication—readers deluged Alcott with letters challenging sequels—and drawing on Alcott’s kin and reports within the abolitionist and women’s suffrage hobbies, those tales have the actual texture and element of Christmas in nineteenth-century the United States, whereas their emphasis on generosity and charity lead them to undying embodiments of the Christmas spirit.
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