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Christmastide: Containing Four Famous Poems By Favorite American Poets

by Various

It is a holiday-themed poetry collection featuring works by some of America's most beloved poets. The collection includes four classic poems that capture the spirit of Christmas and the joys of the holiday season. The poems in this collection were written by various American poets, and the collection was first published in the early 20th century. The poems featured in the collection are timeless classics that continue to be enjoyed by readers of all ages. The collection includes "A Visit From St. Nicholas" by Clement Clarke Moore, which is also known as "The Night Before Christmas." This iconic poem has become a beloved holiday tradition, and its vivid imagery and memorable rhymes have captured the hearts of generations of readers. Other poems in the collection include "Christmas Bells" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "Christmas Day" by Richard Watson Gilder, and "Christmas Everywhere" by Phillips Brooks. Each of these poems captures a different aspect of the holiday season, from the joy and wonder of Christmas morning to the universal spirit of love and compassion that defines the season. "Christmastide: Containing Four Famous Poems By Favorite American Poets" is a must-read for anyone who loves poetry and the holiday season. The collection offers a glimpse into the rich literary tradition of American Christmas poetry and provides a reminder of the joy and wonder that define this special time of year.

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English

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English

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1823

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