Classic Christmas Tales of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Annotated for modern readers, including an interesting and informative editor's note preceding each work.
This Yuletide collection of stories, poems, and essays has been rescued from obscurity by the editor, who has also edited and annotated them to make these wonderful classics more easily accessible to modern listeners. While some of these authors may be unknown to you, their works have been included in this collection because of their capacity to instantly intrigue and delight.
Give them a try, and don't be surprised if a few of them make their way onto your list of all-time personal Christmas favorites!
Included in this collection:
©2013 Daniel H. Vimont (P)2013 Daniel H. Vimont
This is a collection of essays and as such the content and style varies a bit. I really enjoyed some of them and others I was just meh on. That being said, the quality of the recording was very high and the narrator kept the pieces moving and have a very solid cadence and top notch enunciation which wasn't always easy given some of the dated expressions and writing style. I'll definitely be putting this on around the house as I decorate and get ready for the holiday season!
Absolutely, antique tales that capture the true meaning and beauty of Christmas are so rare!
It's one of the better audio books I've listened to so far.
No particular favorite
Yes. This collection is a nice companion to Daniel Vimont's "Classic Tales of Horror for Halloween". The delivery and quality of Daniel's narration is nicely consistent in both collections (without being overly repetitive in style), so the listener can move from one late-year holiday season to another with a cozy and familiar feeling one enjoys with multiple short stories.
No. Since it is a collection of short stories, it's perfect for my commute, to and from work.
Yes. The combination of Mr. Vimont's talent, clear passion for the material and the choice of stories can't be beat.
Classic Tales of Horror, which is just as well done.
His sincerity in bringing not-so-well known holiday tales to the public.
Mr. Vimont. His talent and choice of material are always entertaining and surprising.
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It was hard for me to get beyond the grating quality of the narrator's voice and his characterizations which I just did not care for. The stories were odd. I don't typically have issues with 19th century or early 20th century writing, but this edition was painful to try to keep an open mind about. I purchased this audiobook as it was highly rated; in truth, not in high enough numbers to give it an objective review? I could not recommend this.
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