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Few winter stories are more affecting than Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Match Girl. Written in 1848, and strictly speaking a New Year's Eve story, it showed so clearly then, as it does now, that the Christmas holidays do not represent fireside, food, and presents for all. This story never fails to move, yet it somehow avoids serious sentimentality.
©2007 Naxos Rights International (P)2007 Naxos Rights International

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  • RueRue
  • 31-12-2017

So sad

Perfect little story, I cried the entire 6 minutes😪 ( that's a compliment )

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  • 31-12-2016

Sad & But So True

A sad story that is so true, many little boys & girls perished
through the cruelty of hunger, neglect & cold, especially in the years before the 20th Century.

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  • vj14
  • 31-08-2012

Great!!

Awesome book!! Really enjoyed it

Excellent narrator and story. Totally worth your money. +1 +1

Steven is reallty good

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