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Many of us in the northern hemisphere look forward to the cold winter months with the snow, frozen lakes, and new outdoor activities not available during the warmer seasons. Snow skiing, ice hockey, ice skating and tobogganing are just a few of the many outdoor activities eagerly anticipated. But there are quieter delights about the coming of winter which many people also look forward to, such as a walk in the first snow.
Lucy Maud Montgomery captures the joy of a walk in the woods after the first snow in her short essay, “The Woods in Winter", published in The Canadian Magazine’s Christmas edition of December 1911. Here she reacquaints herself with the trees, the wind, and the sunlight on the fresh new snow. This work provides an interesting comparison to her essays, “The Woods in Summer” and “The Woods in Autumn.”
These essays are just a few of the many Lucy Maud Montgomery titles we carry on Faded Page. If you like what we do and want to see more of it on Faded Page, come join us and proofread a few pages. For more information about how to volunteer, check out our companion site, Distributed Proofreaders Canada.
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