Let me please you about the most famous Christmas poem, which is a "Christmas Christmas Ceremony" in Cement C Moore in 1823. It's not just magical, but the world has been transformed as we know it!
Let's start with the story of the famous poem. Although it is known primarily as "The Night Before Christmas" or "The First Night Before Christmas", which was taken from the first line, it was originally called "St. Nicholas Visit." "
first in the USA in 1823 and yes, long ago. Yet, this poem is so incredibly important that you know that it has put down the contemporary American concept and vision of our beloved Santa Claus, which was also accepted in other countries. Christmas, as previously known by the American, he accepted the description of the poems of Santa Claus and the reindeer as they themselves make up. Before this verse, St. Nicholas, who was naturally called the patron saint of children called the Christmas Symbol, had never been associated with a sledge or reindeer So this verse was a catalyst for a new kind of celebration and rebirth of Christmas every year in an incredibly magical and enchanting way?
They believe a family friend Miss H. Butler sent a copy of his poem to New York Sentinel newspaper, who first published the poem on December 23, 1823. This publication assumes tells me that the author remains anonymous. He succeeded because people loved young and old! 19459002
He was repeatedly reprinted and not assigned to the name, and only in 1837 wrote Clement Clarke Moore as a newspaper author. But Moore himself did not make use of the poem as of 1844 when the book of poetry was in it. Some say that your children have been persuaded to find the poem. He was not overly enthusiastic because he wanted more to know, say, scientific works. There is, however, a slight contradiction, as some people believe that they would not have written and become members of their extensive family. However, this has never been proven to this day. We know that Moore wrote much darker poems on this subject.
Here are some fascinating trivia: Cory Clarke Moore really came from a very prominent family. Benjamin Moore's father was the bishop of New York, who was obviously famous at the inauguration of George Washington. 1918-19001 – An American Anthology, 1787-1900, writer Edmund Clarence Stedman reprinted the original Dutch version of the poem, but also the German language of our two reindeer. Originally Moore wrote Dunder but Stedman wrote Donder. Originally Moore wrote Blixem, but Stedman wrote Blitzen. However, both names are basically used to translate thunder and lightning. Yes, Dundert was said to sound like a thunder as he walked along the road, and Blitzen was as quick as lightning.
– The verse has many modifications, including parody. Most of the parodies on the Internet are humorous or satirical. There are really some funny YouTube videos you've made to get laughed. Only Google will make the name and version of the verse available when you click a mouse! You knew that even the Muppets and the Garfield comics accepted this verse in the comedy corner. Yet I must say that one of my favorite favorites is Tim Burton's 1993 parody of the poem's title, which is actually a non-stop action movie, The Nightmare before Christmas, and it's really sensational!
is a four-handed copy of an existing poem. There are three museums and one written by Clement Clarke Moore and signed as a gift to one of his friends in 1860, in 2006, a collector sold $ 280,000 to another collector who can not be called yet, but we know that he was managing director for a Manhattan-based media company. "In the final line of the original verse," Happy Christmas for Everyone and Every Good Night ", yet in America and other English-speaking countries," Happy Christmas "has changed in this final" Merry Christmas ", as this is the most common greeting that was later accepted! Today people have taken it further and changed "Happy Holidays for Everyone and Every Good Night".
Christmas is a nice word nobody can hurt. "Christ" is the symbol of love for all and the celebration of the "crowd". Thus, "Christmas" is a symbol of love celebration. So we embrace each other, the differences and our beautiful traditions and greetings. After all, it is a good wish to welcome, and let's not forget this. It's great that in the modern world many Americans have a tradition of reading this verse every Christmas. Indeed, the tradition of reading the Christmas night before Christmas is a worldwide recognized institution. This is magical and we recommend you to take over the next year!
Source by Bernadette Dimitrov