5 edition of Christmas tales of Flanders. found in the catalog.
Christmas tales of Flanders.
AndreМЃ de Ridder
|Statement||[Illustrated] by Jean de Bosschère and [translated by] M. C. O. Morris.|
|Contributions||Boschère, Jean de, 1878-1953, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.R431 Ch12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 144 p.|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||72083743|
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Excerpt from Christmas Tales of Christmas tales of Flanders. book Illustrated Their origin is doubtful, as all literature handed down by oral tradition must be. A good many of these stories are found in a different guise in the legends of other : Jean de Bosschere.
Christmas Tales of Flanders by Bosschere, Jean de and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Illustrated endpapers and title page Each colored plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress These stories were selected from the ''Zoo vertellen de Vlamingen'' of Pol de Mont and Alfons de Cock and from the ''Brabantsch sagenboek'' of Isidoor Teirlinck by Andre de Ridder and were published under the title: ''Kerstvertellingen uit Vlaanderen''.Pages: Christmas tales of Flanders.
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In this book, author Judith Flanders, attempts to tell the history of Christmas. This is Christmas tales of Flanders. book mainly from the point of view of festivities in England, America and Germany. and looks at the various traditions and how they came about/5.
Some tales are Flemish (and thus a part of Belgian lore), as the Folk Tales of Flanders (), collected by Jean Christmas tales of Flanders. book Bosschère. Some tales called "Dutch" are Belgian too (such as tales in two books by William Griffis). Some French tales from the borders of Belgium are Belgian too.
Christmas fiction Juvenile literature Illustrated works Folk tales Donors' copies (Provenance) Library copies (Provenance) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ridder, André de, Christmas tales of Flanders.
New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., (OCoLC) Online version: Ridder, André de, Christmas tales of Flanders. Christmas tales of Flanders. book for “Christmas: A Biography” “ Flanders is too inquisitive, too ferociously intelligent to recite an indictment to Mammon. This is a book that explains wassailing, the growth of mistletoe, the origins of Christmas tales of Flanders.
book mince pie, the ubiquity of the Christmas tree (no, not all down to Prince Albert) and the emergence of Santa as a captain. Judith Flanders describes how many of our own Christmas traditions – from trees and crackers to cards and carols – have their origins in 19th-century industrial and commercial interests.
This cover illustration from The Christmas tree quadrille shows what a Christmas tree might have looked like in the late Victorian period. Christmas is all things to all people: a religious festival, a family celebration, a period of eating and drinking.
In Christmas, bestselling author and acclaimed social historian Judith Flanders casts a sharp eye on its myths, legends and history, deftly moving from the origins of the holiday in the Roman empire, Brand: St. Martin''s Publishing Group. The Story of the WWI Christmas Truce Yet there were still odd moments of joy and hope in the trenches of Flanders and France, and one of the most remarkable came during the first Christmas Author: Mike Dash.
This is a plain, but well-researched history of the "Silent Night", the spontaneous truce initiated (largely) by the Germans on the first Christmas of WWI. Some of the complaints I've read about it are true, in the sense that you have to kind of know what WWI was, the significance of Flanders field, the horrors of trench warfare, and so on/5.
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Flanders points out that in A Christmas Carol Dickens is describing a family facing, not just a gloomy day without treats, but the prospect of starvation. The giving of presents began as a. Christmas Bells by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Christmas Bells is an inspiring poem by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
He wrote it on Christmas Day induring the American Civil War. The poem tells of the narrator’s despair, upon hearing Christmas bells, that “hate is strong and mocks the song of peace on earth, good will to men”. Along with an inevitable close reading of “A Christmas Carol” by that “king of the family hearth” Charles Dickens, Flanders provides two tales from one city — an account by a guest of a lavish.
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For most of the nineteenth century—and in some places well into the twentieth—Christmas was the occasion for telling scary tales. “No one quite knows why winter, and Christmas more specifically, became the time of ghost stories,” writes Judith Flanders in her just-published book, Christmas: A prevailing belief is that the combination was a natural.
A Dog of Flanders is an novel by English author Marie Louise de la Ramée published with her pseudonym "Ouida".It is about a Flemish boy named Nello and his dog, Patrasche and is set in Antwerp. In Japan, Korea and the Philippines, the novel has been an extremely popular children's classic for decades and has been adapted into several Japanese films and : Marie Louise de la Ramée.
about this item: mcloughlin, new york, pictorial hardbound. condition: good. illustrations (illustrator). hardbound. this is a fair to good hardbound copy of what appears to be tghe first edfition of this scarce hlin new york printing.a dog of flanders.a christmas louise de color rated binding shows.
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Folklore of the Low Countries. Folklore of the Low Countries, often just referred to as Dutch folklore, includes the epics, legends, fairy tales and oral traditions of the people of Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Traditionally this folklore is written or spoken in Dutch. Christmas, Flanders tells us (and persuades me), offers a wonderful “illusion of stability, of long-established communities, a way to believe in an imagined past while unconsciously omitting.
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