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I'm not afraid of storms, for I'm learning how to sail my ship. -Louisa May Alcott

I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning how to sail my ship.

-Louisa May Alcott

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Nuggets from The Afterlife of Little Women - Fiction, Fame and Romanticism 1868-1900

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Little Women was a subversive work in many ways, putting new ideas into the heads of children while managing not to upset their parents. 1,116 more words

Louisa May Alcott

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1934

Ethel Malkes had that piece of my pattern by accident. Have the whole dress cut out, now. Lily and I went to Mary’s and danced our heads off. 15 more words

1930s

Jo March - The Universal Woman

Jo as Katharine Hepburn – 1933

Jo as June Allyson – 1949

Jo as Winona Ryder – 1994

I’ve been having something of a Little Women- 590 more words

Fiction

Little Women

Bah! No internet again (or at least, very, very, very bad internet) has it’s pros and cons. Con: I can’t watch any films or TV ( 481 more words

Books

Poem by Louisa May Alcott

Hello again, friends, I want to share a poem with you by Louisa May Alcott. She wrote it in memorium of her mother in the late 1870s. 339 more words