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Santa Lucia By: E.F.
Basic Information About Santa Lucia Celebrated on December 13 Girls dress up as Santa Lucia Mainly celebrated in Sweden Celebrated because of St. Lucia You eat Lussekatter buns and gingerbread cookies
History of Santa Lucia She was a Christian who married an unbeliever and because of that the king ordered people to kill her. She was tortured and killed
Symbols The white dress The red sash The wreath of candles
Key Words Lingonberry White Dress Red Sash Lussekatter
Lussekatter Bun s & Ginger Bread Cookies These are traditional foods
Song The night goes with weighty step round yard and (stove i.e. house, hearth?) round earth. The sun's departure leaves the woods brooding. There in our dark house, appears with lighted candles Saint Lucia, Saint Lucia. The night goes great and mute. Now one hears its wings in every silent room murmuring as if from wings. Look at our threshold. There she stands white-clad with lights in her hair Saint Lucia, Saint Lucia The darkness shall soon depart from the earth's valleys thus she speaks a wonderful word to us. The day shall rise anew from the rosy sky. Saint Lucia, Saint Lucia.
Bibliography WWW Resources 1. Holiday : Lucia Day, December 13. [http://www. swedishkitchen.com/lucia.html] 12/4/05 2. Petro, Bill. History of Luciadagen. [http://www.billpetro.com/HolidayHistory/holxmas/lucia.html] 12/5/05 3. Kristian & Nora. “Santa Lucia” in Sweden. [ work.com/ hos_mergane/holidays/nora.html 4. The Christmas Season in Scandavalia. [http:// Book Resources 1.Kindersley, Anabel. Celebrations. New York: DK Publishing Inc., Shaw, Janet. Kirsten’s Surprise. New York. Dover Publications, Inc. 1986