The Virago Book of Christmas

The Virago Book of Christmas Christmas began with a good but harassed woman giving birth in difficult domestic circumstances Somewhere between then and now, the circumstances have changed, but for women today, Christmas is still a time of joys garnered against the odds We have moved on from stables and mangers to supermarkets and microwaves palm fronds and shepherds have given way to a spangled conifer and a fat man in a red suit In this anthology, reflecting the experiences of than 50 women at Christmas, Ntozake Shange and Agatha Christie rub shoulders with Emily Dickinson and Virginia Woolf Curl up with a tantalizing volume that gives full reign to the seditious humor, peculiar discomforts, and exquisite social tortures of the season. Free Download Kindle ePUB The Virago Book of Christmas author Michelle Lovric –

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  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • The Virago Book of Christmas
  • Michelle Lovric
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 1860499228

10 thoughts on “The Virago Book of Christmas

  1. Elisha Condie says:

    The entire reason I bought this book was because it contained a short story by Stella Gibbons called Christmas at Cold Comfort Farm That story is wonderful, and so funny It features a younger Starkadder f...

  2. Anne says:

    An interesting collection of Christmas themed short stories, essays, snippets from letters etc.A varied mix of authors and I particularly enjoyed each introductory paragraph that gave some detail about each.As with most short story collections, some are far better than others, but there are a...

  3. Erica Hudson says:

    I registered a book at eclectic mix of short stories, poetry and biographical accounts.

  4. Nicki says:

    I only read a few of these stories as they weren t as Christmassy as I thought they would be I really liked reading an excerpt from Adrian Mole which was very funny I don t think I would bother getting this out again from the library.

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