Invincible Louisa

Invincible Louisa

The Story of the Author of Little Women

Book - 1968
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Grand Central Pub
Biography tracing the fascinating life of Louisa May Alcott from her happy childhood in Pennsylvania and Boston to her success as a writer of such classics as Little women.

Baker & Taylor
Profiles the life of the noted nineteenth-century writer, detailing her early, happy childhood in Pennsylvania and Boston, and her later success as author of the classic "Little Women"

Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, [1968]
ISBN: 9780316565943
Characteristics: xi, 195 p. illus., ports. 25 cm


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Lovestoread5 Jul 30, 2018

A superb indepth look (bio) on Louisa May Alcott and her family's life. They were very close to one another to the end of their days. Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau are featured as well, which was a nice surprise. For example, Emerson was a close family friend who helped the family out in many ways until his death. It's gratifying to know that in her short life, she accomplished what she set out to do.


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Jan 08, 2015

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