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The visit of Saint Nicholas

Clement Clarke Moore

The visit of Saint Nicholas

by Clement Clarke Moore

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Published by G.W. Dillingham Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Santa Claus -- Juvenile poetry.,
  • Christmas -- Juvenile poetry.,
  • Children"s poetry, American.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Clement C. Moore ; facsimile of the original manuscript, with the life of the author by William S. Pelletreau ; illustrated by Frederick Thornburgh.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 83/6682 (P)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2804926M
    LC Control Number83236688

    How to Personalize Your Saint Nicholas Book. Personalize with any name up to 12 characters, and a personal message of two lines, up to 40 characters per line. Check your personalization: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated. Softback measures 11 x .   From the historical perspective, there is no denying that the primary basis for Santa Claus was derived from the figure of St. Nicholas, a 4th-century Christian saint of Greek origin, who was the Bishop of Myra, in Asia Minor (present-day Demre in Turkey). Suffice it to say, like his jolly (though somewhat commercialized) counterpart, St. Nicholas or Nikolaos of Myra was also known for.

      A visit from St. Nicholas. , Bell Books, Distributed by St. Martin's Press in English - 1st ed. zzzz. Not in Library. The night before Christmas , Bantam Books in English dddd. Checked Out. Download for print-disabled A Visit from St. Nicholas by Clement C. Moore, dated , soft cover style reprint book! This was the original title prior to it being changed to Twas The Night Before Christmas. Printed in black and white with 11 pages total. Full illustrations. Awesome old graphics!! No torn or missing pages. A beautiful old Christmas holiday book!!!Seller Rating: % positive.

    A Visit from St. Nicholas Rate this poem. 97 votes. From the book The Night Before Christmas by Clement Moore ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,/5(97). Icon with St Nicholas Crete, early 16th century H. cm; W. cm Bequeathed by Guy Holford Dixon in Reg. no. BEP , (Cormack 19) The icon is painted in egg tempera with gold leaf on cypress wood primed with gesso over linen. On either side of the figure’s halo is a Greek inscription in red letters identifying him: Ο ΑΓ(ΙΟC).


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The Huntington Library's special edition of A Visit from Saint Nicholas is the first to include replicas of the poem written in Moore's own hand and a facsimile of the original four-color edition, Visit of St. Nicholas, one of the first American children's books printed in color.

This modern reproduction of the two items, both in the Cited by: 1. Clement Clarke Moore () was an American writer and professor of Oriental and Greek literature.

He is best-known for the classic Christmas poem A Visit from St. Nicholas (later known as Twas the Night Before Christmas, which was first published anonymously in /5(K). On Decema poem called "A Visit from Saint Nicholas" was published anonymously in the Sentinel, the local newspaper of Troy, New piece offered a different take on Santa Claus, a figure who was, until that time, traditionally depicted as a thinner, less jolly, horse-riding disciplinarian, a combination of mythologies about the British Father Christmas, the Dutch.

But thanks to the anonymous publication of the poem "Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas" in the TROY SENTINEL ina plumper, merrier St. Nick was born, transformed into the sleigh-riding, chimney-diving, jolly old elf we now call Santa Claus.-This immensely popular, hugely influential poem - better known by its first line, " Twas the.

A Visit from St. Nicholas, in full Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas; also called The Night Before Christmas or ’Twas the Night Before Christmas, narrative poem first published anonymously in the Troy (New York) Sentinel on Decem This is a collection of 19th century editions of the Christmas classic poem, A Visit from St.

Nicholas. These were scanned from a facsimile edition printed in by Giniger Books. There are three editions presented here: a holograph manuscript written by Clement C.

Moore inthe first newspaper publication in the Troy, NY Sentinel of Dec. A visit from St. Nicholas. Catalog Record Only "Holiday greetings and good wishes to the friends of Rosalind A. Keep, Eucalyptus House, Christmas " Known under title: The night before Christmas.

The family of Henry Livingston Jr., who died five years after the work was published and eight years before Moore took credit, claimed that Henry had been reading “A Visit From St. Nicholas. A Visit from St. Nicholas, by Clement C. Moore, with original cuts, designed and engraved by Boyd ("This is a Happy re-creation of the illustrated edition of which only two copies are known to exist.

That from which this facsimile was reproduced remains behind locked doors in New York's Fifth Avenue Library."). In Clement Clarke Moore wrote "A Visit From St. Nicholas," better known today as "The Night Before Christmas," for his six children, with no.

Northbrook, IL: International Resources Services, With an introduction by Ogden, Moore's daughter, and "Tracing the Manuscripts of 'A Visit from St. Nicholas'" by Moore (first publication in book form), plus many rare photographs.

A clean, unmarked and unclipped copy in a Brodart jacket cover. First IRS Edition. Hard Cover. As New/As New. Illustration by Boyd, A Visit from St.

Nicholas, Facsimile edition, St Nicholas Center Collection: A Visit from Saint Nicholas or ‘Twas the Night Before ChristmasFirst publication of the poem that became an American classic—and formed lasting images of an American St.

Nicholas. edition, illustrated by F. Darley. A Visit From Saint Nicholas. likes. This page promotes the release of A Visit From Saint Nicholas, A dynamic comic book version of the Night Before Christmas. The first comic book by JerJoneZ. The True Saint Nicholas: Why He Matters to Christmas focuses on three aspects of Saint Nicholas—historical facts from his life, his legacy in the centuries following his death, and the legendary status that transformed his likeness into the present-day jolly, toy-bearing Santa Claus.

The book vividly captures the heart and life of someone who. This classic book has good background for developing Nicholas and other traditions and a nice re-telling of four St.

Nicholas legends with suggestions for creating plays. Fine introduction to family tradition and ritual with a wealth of ideas for the feasts and seasons of the Christian year. The original Saint Nicholas was born toward the end of the 3rd century A.D.

in what is now Turkey. His parents had considerable sums of money, and Saint Nicholas—or the Bishop of Myra, as he was commonly known at the time—was apparently eager to part with it for the sake of others. This book has 14 pages and was uploaded by lyons on Decem The file size is mb. Publisher is Unknown.

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St. Nicholas died December 6, A.D. in Myra, and his bones were later transferred to a tomb in Bari, upon which the Cathedral of St. Nicholas was built. From the time of his death to the present day, an oily substance, known as the manna of St.

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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: A Visit From.