By Maya Angelou
During this attractive, deeply relocating poem, Maya Angelou conjures up us to embody the peace and promise of Christmas, in order that wish and love can once more remove darkness from our vacations and the realm. "Angels and Mortals, Believers and Nonbelievers, glance heavenward," she writes, "and converse the observe aloud. Peace."
Read by means of the poet on the lighting fixtures of the nationwide Christmas Tree on the White residence on December 1, 2005, Maya Angelou's party of the "Glad Season" is a radiant confirmation of the goodness of existence and a gorgeous vacation reward for individuals of all faiths.
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For instance, some books regarded as "adult" become part of children's literature and the other way round. In addition, the attitude toward children's literature as opposed to mainstream literature varies. The code shift within children's literature implies that central phenomena become at length supplanted by borderline phenomena. When The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. "2 That is, the book has generated what may be termed "jeans code. "Many taboos that existed in children's literature during its early periods are today being withdrawn.
As early as the 1950s, however, the fantasy code became subject to a change. In the books by Lucy M. Boston or Philippa Pearce, the mechanism of the marvelous events is not revealed, and both readers and characters are confronted with mystery and hesitation as to reality of the magic-that is, exactly what Todorov's definition of the fantastic prescribes.
Amazing Peace: A Christmas Poem (Illustrated Edition) by Maya Angelou