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The Greatest Christmas Poems & Carols in One Volume (Illustrated) - Silent Night The Three Kings Old Santa Claus Angels from the Realms of Glory Saint Nicholas - cover

The Greatest Christmas Poems & Carols in One Volume (Illustrated) - Silent Night The Three Kings Old Santa Claus Angels from the Realms of Glory Saint Nicholas

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Emily Dickinson, Robert Louis Stevenson, Charles Kingsley, William Wordsworth, Walter Scott, William Butler Yeats, Rudyard Kipling, Sara Teasdale, Clement Clarke Moore, William Thackeray, James Montgomery, Thomas Hardy, Alfred Lord Tennyson, John Milton

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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This unique Christmas collection has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The edition includes some the most beloved Christmas poems and carols: The Three Kings (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) Christmas At Sea (Robert Louis Stevenson) Angels from the Realms of Glory (James Montgomery) Christmas in the Olden Time (Walter Scott) Christmas In India (Rudyard Kipling) Old Santa Claus (Clement Clarke Moore) The Twelve Days of Christmas Silent Night Minstrels (William Wordsworth) Ring Out, Wild Bells (Alfred Lord Tennyson) Hymn On The Morning Of Christ's Nativity (John Milton) A Christmas Carol (Samuel Taylor Coleridge) The Oxen (Thomas Hardy) A Christmas Ghost Story (Thomas Hardy) The Savior Must Have Been A Docile Gentleman (Emily Dickinson) 'Twas just this time, last year, I died (Emily Dickinson) The Magi (William Butler Yeats) The Mahogany Tree (William Makepeace Thackeray) A Bell (Clinton Scollard) Christmas Carol (Sara Teasdale) The Mystic's Christmas (John Greenleaf Whittier) Christmas Cheer (Thomas Tusser) Noel: Christmas Eve 1913 (Robert Seymour Bridges) The Holly and the Ivy Twas the Night before Christmas - A Visit From Saint Nicholas (Clement Moore) Adam lay ybounden Christmas Day (Charles Kingsley) Christmas Bells (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) Christmas Fancies (Ella Wheeler Wilcox) Twas jolly, jolly Wat (C. W. Stubbs) A Tale Of Christmas Eve (William Topaz McGonagall) Jest 'Fore Christmas (Eugene Field) A Christmas Folksong (Paul Laurence Dunbar) As with Gladness Men of Old (William Chatterton Dix) Nativity a Christmas (John Donne) Marmion: A Christmas Poem (Walter Scott) Boar's Head Carol Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus (Charles Wesley) Coventry Carol Here We Come

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