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春节与圣诞节之起源和习俗差异的分析 [7]

论文作者:www.51lunwen.org论文属性:课程作业 Coursework登出时间:2014-05-25编辑:lzm点击率:23595

论文字数:6093论文编号:org201405241847093527语种:英语 English地区:中国价格:免费论文

关键词:春节与圣诞节起源和习俗差异Origin and CustomSpring Festival and Christmas西方传统节日

摘要:This paper discusses typical important festivals in China and Western Countries. Firstly, it introduces Spring Festival and Christmas respectively. And then it reveals the differences in origin and custom through the comparative study of Spring Festival and Christmas.

luding Godey’s Lady Book, 1850. An immense Christmas tree was present at the Crystal Palace Exhibition, London, 1851. (Zhuyi and Daiqian, 2006:172-173)
 Christmas tree candles common by mid-19th century. They were possibly adapted from tree ring (candle circle around tree) or candle pyramids, important features of Paradise Mystery Play (see proceeding). Use of candles in floor trees evolves from table trees in the late 19th century. They were a fire hazard. Bayberry candles may be English. Bayberry is a coastal plant. Bayberry candles are popular in New England.
The annual lighting of the Christmas tree at the White House began in 1923. The tree was cut and sent to President Calvin Coolidge from Middlebury College in his native state of Vermont. National Living Christmas Tree was planted at Sherman Square near White House, 1924.
On Christmas Day or on Christmas Eve, a special meal of Christmas dishes is usually served, for which there are traditional menus in each country. In some regions, particularly in Eastern Europe, these family feasts are preceded by a period of fasting. Candy and treats are also part of the Christmas celebration in many countries.
 The Christmas food we eat today is a blend of two feast patterns. The first is the Winter Festival Feast, a la Dickens This pattern was German-Celtic in origin in Europe and centered on the solstice celebration. In America this pattern became established in the Mid-Atlantic States in Virginia (Episcopal control) and New York Dutch (not Pennsylvania Dutch which have sausage, smoked meat, ham, etc.). The second food pattern is the Harvest Bounty Feast. It has a reformist background and its origins are from the post-Henry VIII Harvest Home Ceremony. Pilgrims in New England established this tradition and by the 19th century the celebration was transferred from autumnal thanksgiving harvest time to winter Christmas time. The bulk of the colonial Atlantic south (Maryland to Georgia) had little celebration, Christmas being disdained by Scotch- Irish Presbyterians.
 Gift-giving is a near-universal part of Christmas celebrations. The concept of a mythical figure while brings gifts to children drives from Saint Nicholas, a good hearted bishop of 4th century Asia Minor. The Dutch modeled a gift-giving Saint Nicholas around his feast day of December 6. In the Anglo-American tradition, this jovial fellow arrives on Christmas Eve on a sleigh pulled by reindeer, climbs down the chimney, leaves gifts for the children, and eats the food they leave for him. He spends the rest of the year marking toys and keeping lists on the behavior of the children.
 In many countries, children leave empty containers for Santa to fill with small gifts such as toys, candy, or fruit. In the United States, children hang a Christmas stocking by the fireplace on Christmas Eve, because Santa is said to come down the chimney the night before Christmas to fill them. In other countries, children place their empty shoes out for Santa to fill on the night before Christmas. 
One of the many customs of gift timing is suggested by the song Twelve Days of Christmas, celebrating an old British tradition of gifts each day from Christmas to Epiphany. In most of the world, Christmas gifts are given at night on Christmas Eve or in the morning on Christmas Day. Until the recent past, gifts were given in the UK to non-family members on Boxing Day.
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