The Christmas Box - Chapter 1, The Widow's Mansion Summary & Analysis

Richard Paul Evans
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Chapter 1, The Widow's Mansion Summary

The Christmas Box is a sentimental Christmas story written by Richard Paul Evans for his daughters. The story centers around a Christmas box Richard finds in the attic of the home of an elderly lady with whom he and his family have come to live. The box, originally intended to hold a Bible, has within it several letters that the owner has written to a dead loved. Through the discovery of this box and the letters within, Richard discovers the true meaning of Christmas. The Christmas Box is a lesson in life that will bring a tear to the eye of all who read it.

Richard Paul Evans decides that it is important to write down the story of the Christmas Box. There is great debate between him and his friends and family regarding the magic of...

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