Little Women by Louisa M. Alcott

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Drama / 4m, 6f / Interior / A dramatization in one set of Louisa M. Alcott's novel, Little Women. It is a story that never will grow old because it deals with a mother's love for her children and their appreciation. Who can forget tom boy Jo and her sacrificing her glorious hair to help finance her mother's trip to Washington, when the telegram arrived saying her father was dying? Of her writing "The Christmas Play," rehearsing Amy in the fainting scene and then the playing of the drama on the fateful night when everything went wrong. Her beautiful scenes with Little Beth when they both knew the Angel of Death was hovering near? Of her going to New York, meeting Professor Bhaer in Mrs. Kirk's rooming house, their comedy courtship and ultimate marriage?

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Published November 1, 2012 by Samuel French, Inc.. 102 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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May 04 2011 | Read Full Review of Little Women (Ravold)


In one of the most disturbing scenes in Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, the saintly Marmee says to her daughter Jo, “I have been angry nearly every day of my life.” Eve LaPlante’s new biography of the “real” Marmee—Louisa’s mother, Abigail May Alcott—provides ample reason for her fictional coun...

Nov 06 2012 | Read Full Review of Little Women (Ravold)

The Times of India

Those who love the Little Women, the timeless classic by Louisa May Alcott will love this book, Little Women and Me by Lauren Baratz-Logstead, which takes all kinds of liberties with the original story.

May 18 2013 | Read Full Review of Little Women (Ravold)

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