Getting the Celebrations Started on Wordwaves.com
From the celebration of life to the delicious chocolate eggs we love today, Easter has been enjoyed by families for countless generations. Recorded in literature we can reflect on its meaning and experience Easter celebrations of the past through quotes and sayings. Wordwaves.com makes this experience easy. With a simple search you can discover Easter in novels published throughout time and from across the world. A shortcut to this search is http://www.wordwaves.com/
Celebrate family this Easter in Jane Austin’s novel “Pride and Prejudice”:
" Easter was approaching, and the week preceding it was to bring an addition to the family at Rosings, which in so small a circle must be important. "
and Easter’s celebration of life in the poetic quotation from Rhoda Broughton’s “Doctor Cupid”:
" Among the dead, the irrecoverably dead, to which no Easter sunshine or April rains can bring back any little green shoots of life, is the old lavender-bush. "
Victor Hugo’s classic “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” also celebrates Easter through humour:
" I care no more for the philosopher's stone than for a pebble, and I would rather find over his furnace an omelette of Easter eggs and bacon, than the biggest philosopher's stone in the world. "
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