Danish Christmas, travel, language
Twenty years ago, when I was a student (from the USA) at Someroille College, Oxford, a Danish student at Someroille invited me to her home for Christmas. My father had visited Denmark when he was fifteen, and the next year was a host to a Danish student at his home in Portland, Maine. I'd grown up with stories about his trip and his Danish guest, and I gladly accepted this invitation. Recently, my fifteen year old daugh- r ter spent a school year in Denmark. She lived with a family and studied at a Danish-speaking school, although she spoke almost no Danish when she arrived there. As Christmas approached, I wrote her this letter about my Danish Christmas. The letter makes clear that her year in Denmark was the result of my trip two decades before.
Graae, Cynthia Norris
"Christmas Letter to My Daughter in Denmark,"
The Bridge: Vol. 9:
2, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol9/iss2/10