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Little Women

A simpler read, Little Women is a 3 on my 5-Star Reading System *What is this?*

Four sisters and their mother navigate the complexities of domestic life and battle with their own inner demons. 367 more words

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Top 5 book picks by Seetha Ravindran : On a Personal Note

  1. Veronika Decides to Die by Paulo Coelho

This is my bible. It  has the superiority of  lifting me up. In a world of fakers how would you stand up for yourself? 511 more words

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Beth

Beth March is probably the most understated of all the March sisters. Quiet and reserved, she doesn’t seem to have much in common with her outgoing and adventurous sisters. 617 more words

Writing

Marmee and Louisa Book Discussion: Chapter Two “Drawing Toward Some Ideal Friend”

As a 19th century woman from a well-connected family, nineteen-year-old Abba Alcott was decidedly unconventional. She resisted the idea of marriage, preferring instead to study while nurturing dreams of opening her own school. 480 more words

Louisa May Alcott

The Great American Novel (Children's Literature Version)

Ah, The Great American Novel. It’s a phrase that’s tossed around, and is almost a cliche in some literary circles. However, there seems to be a lack of consideration for genre fiction or children’s literature. 748 more words

Literature

Research Spiral

Over the 20 years now that I have researched Sophia, I’ve usually kept my eye open to finding books about the Abolitionist movement, early Women’s Rights movements, and Transcendentalist circles. 666 more words

Sophia Foord