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Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman

Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman, an American literary luminary, left an indelible mark on the world of classic short stories. Born in 1852, she illuminated the 19th and early 20th centuries with her literary genius. Her works, characterized by their vivid portrayal of New England life and the human condition, continue to captivate readers today.

Freeman’s timeless tales, such as ‘A New England Nun’ and ‘The Revolt of Mother,’ explore themes of women’s independence, societal norms, and the human spirit. Her unique storytelling style and keen insight into human nature have solidified her place in American literature.

As we journey through her literary legacy, one can’t help but be inspired by the way she delved into the human psyche, making her stories resonate across generations. Explore her compelling narratives and discover the enduring relevance of Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman’s work.

A Stolen Christmas

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A Stolen Christmas

Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman

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ISBN eBook: 9788833460017

The moral in this particular tale is about materialism and envy; apparently as relevant to Christmas in the 1800s as it is today. In this case, a poor mother finally succumbs to the pressure and steals, which she soon comes to regret…¬†Another Christmas Classic by Ali Ribelli Edizioni.

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