Notes and Comment

December 1968
New Yorker;12/21/1968, Vol. 44 Issue 44, p23
The article offers reflections on the upcoming celebration of Christmas in reference to experience of Christmas day. It describes the difference in the ways Christmas is celebrated in the city and the suburbs and the changes in city residents' attitudes in surviving Christmas. It reminisces buying overpriced tree and the walks on the way to a Christmas Eve party.


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