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"Skipping Christmas": On an Impressionistic Perspective of a Reader
This is an analysis of the novel Skipping Christmas using the impressionistic perspectives of literature.
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‘Skipping Christmas’: On an Impressionistic Perspective of a Reader Yes, it’s over. Your grand vacation for the Holiday Season is now history. Whether you may have spent it going through with the sacred and holy activities of your religious affiliation, meditation or a grand frolic in the sun in the country’s prime beach resorts, or just spent it as a couching potato, or spent it with family friends, you now realize that ...
... to attend a party the family will be hosting, and a lot, lot more, because of one fundamental reason: for love of their own Blairs, their own children. And what do the parents get for this love, for these sacrifices, are their own little angels, wishing Santa Claus that they be God’s little, blessed children for this Christmas and for many Christmas more to come.
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