Yule Essays

  • Santa Claus Influences American Culture

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    American Culture and Santa Claus Santa Claus has been delivering toys and creating cheer since the third century. Santa has been sharing his joy and spirit with Americans for a long time. When someone mentions the name Santa, the eyes of children light up. Santa has inspired the Americans, along with many others, to give, whether it be kindness or gifts. He has created thousands of traditions among millions of Americans. He has also made children of all ages lighter and happier. Santa is capable

  • Timeless Changes In A Christmas Carol

    2121 Words  | 9 Pages

    A timeless theme is a general event that will happen to everyone and shows how everyone is similar. It is understood by anyone and everyone because normally, it will happen to everyone at one point or another. A timeless theme shown in the play A Christmas Carol, the movie A Diva’s Christmas Carol, and in the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas is changing for the better. It is shown in the play through the way Ebenezer Scrooge’s mindset changes during the play as the spirits show him Christmas past

  • Christmas Tree Short Story

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    Christmas tree "Wake up, wake up! Today is Christmas day!"said new T-200 home robot. "Today is december 25, sunny day, it is perfect weather to....."the robot said with female human voice. But no one responded. Suddenly, a little boy with blue pajamas got up straightly, unlike the lazy face he had yesterday, his eyes were full of energy ,just like a blue crystal dazzling in the dimmed room. He got up immediately without wearing his shoes, he rushed out of his room, he opened his

  • Why Is Santa Claus So Important To Me Essay

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    1. One of the best books that my parents read to me was about Santa Claus. I remember clearly about the story since the story was about a Grumpy Santa Claus getting ready to give the gifts to the children. I enjoyed the book a lot because it was Christmas season and the way my father did impressions of Santa that was really bad and made me laugh a lot. I still remember the way the story goes and how funny Santa is because he is grumpy, hates the cold, and a real klutz, which made the book really

  • Front Door Research Paper

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    Christmas front door décor is a fascinating way to both spread some extra Christmas magic and joy and get your home ready to welcome guests for the holiday season. Whether traditional or with a modern twist, there is a plethora of options to brighten up your front door and the space around it. Wreaths, garlands, Christmas ornaments, snowflakes, stockings, snowmen, stars, topiaries, and light and flower displays are the classic elements to use when decking your front door. As for the colors, the

  • Christmas Gift Essay

    812 Words  | 4 Pages

    For many, the Christmas season is a time for gift-giving and the good life. Often associated with kids and the young at heart, the season is the perfect excuse to decorate the halls with Christmas socks, or write a wish list for the latest toys and gadgets. But one does not need to be a kid just to dream about these Christmas gifts and perks. And yes, this is also available for adults, especially those who love to play at online casinos. Thanks to the new and month-long promotion from Karamba.com

  • Just As Ebenezer Scrooge In A Christmas Carol

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    Just as Ebenezer Scrooge’s personality changes throughout A Christmas Carol, so too does his viewpoint on the true meaning of Christmas. Scrooge goes through a pretty traumatizing experience when the spirits show him many new revelations, so he is very happy to find himself alive and well on Christmas day by saying, “I will live in the past, the present, and the future!...the spirits of all three shall strive within me” (109). What Scrooge means by this is that he will always remember what the spirits

  • Why Is Thanksgiving Important

    446 Words  | 2 Pages

    Which is your favorite, Thanksgiving or Christmas; most people would probably say Christmas. But that does not mean that we should rush Christmas coming by skipping Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a terrific holiday that does not deserve to be passed by. Decorating and celebrating Christmas before Thanksgiving should be considered erroneous actions. To begin, you should not cheat the fall season for winter just yet. Winter possess great qualities, but fall has so much to offer as well. November is

  • Appenix1: Cultural Differences Between Sensation And Perception

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    While reading Appenix1, I was able to get a little bit more information how cultural differences influence sensation and perception. When I read how different greetings meant different things in some cultures it made me think of different events and situations.         One of the most popular US holidays is Christmas. During Christmas, most children are thrilled about one character in specific: Santa Claus.  Santa Claus is known for having a big round belly, wearing a red and white suit, long fluffy

  • Miracle On 34th Street Analysis

    980 Words  | 4 Pages

    The frosty winter air is opening the door for another heavenly Christmas. A maelstrom of love hits every soul, leaving a magical touch of joy and faith. What is the best thing to do in this season? Watch Christmas movies. Two holiday films that will leave something to talk about are A Christmas Carol, a movie adapted to the book by Charles Dickens, and Miracle on 34th Street, a John Hughes production. Both these movies are classics. A Christmas Carol narrates the story about a stingy, old man, by

  • Differences Between Thanksgiving And Thanksgiving

    547 Words  | 3 Pages

    The holiday season is a special time for many people. When one thinks of the holidays they think of times that they hold most dear in memories. Two of the major holidays in the United States of America is Thanksgiving and Christmas. These holidays are somewhat similar, but also have many differences. Some of the differences with these two holidays are the decorations, traditions, the reason for celebration, and history. The first difference is the type of decorations Americans use around their

  • Pros And Cons Before Thanksgiving

    394 Words  | 2 Pages

    Do you like Christmas décor, I know I do, but before Thanksgiving? The 2 reasons I don’t think decorations should be up prior to Thanks giving is it break tradition and its greedy. Stick around and you’ll find out why. To start off we need to take one holiday at a time. According to www.Al.com it states “ Trees decked out in orange and gold, talk of turkey hangs in the air and other front porches are decorated in…. holiday lights? 3\4 of Americans don’t like to see Christmas lights before

  • Christmas Cooking Archetype

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    As a little girl, Christmas was my favorite holiday. There was always a big meal and plenty of presents for everyone. After every Christmas dinner, my mother would wonder her way into the closest bedroom for a short snooze. “Mommy, let’s go open presents!” I would squeal. “My belly is too full to open presents. I need a nap,” she would reply. I would beg and beg, but her drowsiness would get the best of her. The presents always had to wait. Why is it that having a “full belly” is a reasonable cause

  • Personal Narrative-Nola's Ice Storm

    1046 Words  | 5 Pages

    Exactly one year ago today, I saw something mind blowing, but not in a good way. At first is was light snow falling down, everyone got out of their pods to look at the beautiful sight. Then all of a sudden tiny bits of razor sharp ice started falling, slowly starting to to grow in a few minutes to full on icicles. Mahem was all around me and I specifically remember my family and Nola’s family covering their head and running to Nola’s parent’s pod. Even though all of us got there safely, some fell

  • The Importance Of Christmas Traditions In America

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    Christmas as one of the most popular holidays in the year is celebrated by Christians worldwide but is open to everyone. The Christmas time of the year is thought of as the season of gift giving and kindness to all. During the month, people often do more charity work and selfless acts. In the USA, Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December although it is different to some other countries. For instance churches who use the ‘Julian calendar’ celebrate Christmas on the 7th of January. It is

  • Diahann Carroll Funny Girl Analysis

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    I viewed Diahann Carroll’s performance of a heartfelt love song, “The Music That Makes Me Dance” from Funny Girl. The song is written by Jule Styne and Bob Merrill. Carroll’s recording was made in 1968, four years after the role of Fanny Brice had been made famous by Barbra Streisand. I view Carroll as a confident artist for putting this song out into the world after such a groundbreaking, well known performance of it circulated. All of this being said, her performance was spectacular and showed

  • Argumentative Essay: Christmas Is The Best Of All

    718 Words  | 3 Pages

    Which season is my favorite of all? Obviously Christmas Snowflakes fall, family members reunite, Joyful Christmas tree decorations, underneath boxes with presents, Christmas carols and joyful movies. It’s the best day of the year. Think about having a day where you can enjoy the cold weather, build snowman’s, drink hot coco and mini marshmallows, Cuddle, spend time and open presents with your family. Is there anything better than this? Oh, and the Christmas tree, flashing and flickering with its

  • Argumentative Essay On Christmas

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    Mrs. Claus Delivers Gifts when Santa is Injured Nothing can beat the excitement and bulging expectations that come with the festive seasons. These are the periods when people seem to throw caution to the wind, let loose, and have a marvelous time. Perhaps Christmas would top the lot, if the excitement and buzz created by the kids is anything to go by. Adults would often seem to exhibit limited interest in the celebrations, but would be smiling deep inside and praying that, for once, Christmas is

  • POTENTIONAL SPOILER ALERT

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    When a train derails and delays the arrival of much needed food, supplies and presents, Christmas in the settlement town of Hope Valley is in jeopardy. With the help of a mysterious visitor, a simple peddler who has a knack for helping people find what they need, Jack, Elizabeth and Abigail rally the town residents to come together in the true spirit of kindness and giving, proving that Christmas really is the season for miracles. [embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6NGVreGa2w[/embedyt] POTENTIAL

  • Mountain Man-Personal Narrative

    793 Words  | 4 Pages

    I turned 12 years old the day I met the mountain man. The air was warm, and the bees were buzzing. A long table filled to its edges with pastries, Spongebob Squarepants themed decorations strung from corner to corner, and globs of cake like missiles from the babies launching mechanisms. My parents were filled with love, and I was filled with a sense of adventure and cake. The evening I left for my adventure my house was a jungle. The rambunctious little ones leaped from couch to couch with bananas