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Louisa May Alcott (1832–1888)

Author of Little Women

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About the Author

Louisa May Alcott was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, in 1832. Two years later, she moved with her family to Boston and in 1840 to Concord, which was to remain her family home for the rest of her life. Her father, Bronson Alcott, was a transcendentalist and friend of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry show more David Thoreau. Alcott early realized that her father could not be counted on as sole support of his family, and so she sacrificed much of her own pleasure to earn money by sewing, teaching, and churning out potboilers. Her reputation was established with Hospital Sketches (1863), which was an account of her work as a volunteer nurse in Washington, D.C. Alcott's first works were written for children, including her best-known Little Women (1868--69) and Little Men: Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys (1871). Moods (1864), a "passionate conflict," was written for adults. Alcott's writing eventually became the family's main source of income. Throughout her life, Alcott continued to produce highly popular and idealistic literature for children. An Old-Fashioned Girl (1870), Eight Cousins (1875), Rose in Bloom (1876), Under the Lilacs (1878), and Jack and Jill (1881) enjoyed wide popularity. At the same time, her adult fiction, such as the autobiographical novel Work: A Story of Experience (1873) and A Modern Mephistopheles (1877), a story based on the Faust legend, shows her deeper concern with such social issues as education, prison reform, and women's suffrage. She realistically depicts the problems of adolescents and working women, the difficulties of relationships between men and women, and the values of the single woman's life. (Bowker Author Biography) show less
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Series

Works by Louisa May Alcott

Little Women (1868) 26,718 copies
Little Women / Good Wives (1869) 15,354 copies
Little Men (1871) 8,173 copies
Jo's Boys (1886) 4,977 copies
Eight Cousins (1875) 4,608 copies
An Old-Fashioned Girl (1870) 2,949 copies
Rose in Bloom (1876) 2,723 copies
Good Wives (1869) 2,336 copies
Under the Lilacs (1878) 1,919 copies
A Long Fatal Love Chase (1995) 1,761 copies
Jack and Jill (1880) 1,657 copies
The Inheritance (1997) 1,181 copies
Hospital Sketches (1863) 609 copies
Flower Fables (1854) 479 copies
Work: A Story of Experience (1873) 445 copies
Little Women (2012) 314 copies
A Garland for Girls (1887) 275 copies
A Modern Mephistopheles (1877) 261 copies
Moods (1865) 199 copies
The Quiet Little Woman (1999) 198 copies
Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag (1911) 148 copies
The Annotated Little Women (2015) 140 copies
A Modern Cinderella (1893) 109 copies
Works of Louisa May Alcott (1982) 85 copies
100 Eternal Masterpieces of Literature - volume 1 (2017) — Contributor — 59 copies
Spinning-Wheel Stories (1884) 58 copies
The Baron's Gloves (1868) 57 copies
Little Men / Jo's Boys (1946) 56 copies
Lulu's Library (1930) 51 copies
Marjorie's Three Gifts (1899) 49 copies
Aunt Jo's Scrap Bag, Vol. 2 (1872) 48 copies
A Whisper in the Dark (1863) 42 copies
Christmas with Little Women (1649) 40 copies
366 Goodnight Stories (1963) — Contributor — 37 copies
The Candy Country (1885) 34 copies
Aunt Jo's Scrap Bag, Vol. 1 (1872) 33 copies
Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag, Vol. 6 (1882) 31 copies
Trudel's Siege (1976) 30 copies
May Flowers [short story] (1887) 30 copies
Little Women (Abridged) (1950) 29 copies
Aunt Jo's Scrap Bag, Vol. 5 (1879) 26 copies
Little Women [abridged - Hear It Read It] (2008) — Author — 22 copies
Little Women [adapted - Reece] (1998) — Author — 16 copies
Los versos de la medusa (2020) 14 copies
Silver Pitchers (1908) 14 copies
Mujercitas (1955) 14 copies
Little Women [adapted - Greenwood] (1992) — Author — 13 copies
Lulu's Library, Vol. 2 (1887) 13 copies
Little Women [1994 film and novel boxed set] (2004) — Author — 12 copies
Scarlet Stockings (2004) 12 copies
Un cuento de enfermera (2014) 12 copies
Three Unpublished Poems (2012) 11 copies
Sisters: Vintage Minis (2017) 11 copies
Little Women Coloring Book (2013) 11 copies
Diana and Persis (1978) 10 copies
Lulu's Library, Vol. 3 (2012) 9 copies
Pansies and Water-Lilies (1902) 8 copies
Lulu's Library, Vol. 1 (2012) 8 copies
Best of Women's Short Stories, Volume 3 (2007) — Contributor — 7 copies
Perilous Play (2009) 6 copies
Good Wives (Abridged) (1963) 5 copies
Louisa Alcott's people (1936) 4 copies
Boas Esposas (2021) 4 copies
Little Men [1940 film] (1940) — Author — 4 copies
Blood & Thunder (2021) 3 copies
El fantasma de las niñas (1884) 3 copies
I grandi romanzi (2016) 3 copies
MUJERCITAS (2010) 3 copies
Aunt Kipp (2015) 3 copies
Cuatro damas del misterio (2019) 3 copies
On Picket Duty (2015) 3 copies
OCHO PRIMOS (2008) 2 copies
Horrida (2020) 2 copies
Iyi Esler (2009) 2 copies
Sirenitas (2015) 2 copies
Il fantasma dell'abate (2017) 2 copies
Beginning Again/Work (1905) 2 copies
DOLL'S (THE) JOURNEY (1902) 2 copies
A free bed (1978) 2 copies
Something To Do (2010) 2 copies
Psyche's Art (2015) 2 copies
Los Primos (1976) 2 copies
Piccole donne (2012) 2 copies
Rosa's Tale (2017) 2 copies
Little Women: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) (2012) — Author — 2 copies
MUJERCITAS 1 copy
The Death Of A Soldier (2013) 1 copy
True Friends 1 copy
Little Women 1 copy
A Christmas Turkey (2017) 1 copy
How They Ran Away (2016) 1 copy
OCHO PRIMOS, LOS (1992) 1 copy
The blind lark (2016) 1 copy
Los primos 1 copy
Rosa en Flor 1 copy
Death of a Soldier (2018) 1 copy
נשים קטנות (2011) 1 copy
Piccoli uomini (1983) 1 copy
MUJERCITAS Resumen (2010) 1 copy
Classics for Christmas (2016) 1 copy
Nisa saghirat (2009) 1 copy
Il debutto di Debby (2017) 1 copy
Aunt Jos Scrap-Bag (2014) 1 copy
Little Women [adapted - Sadler] — Author — 1 copy
Good Wives 1 copy
The Death of John (2015) 1 copy
Anos Felizes 1 copy
Malé ženy (2009) 1 copy
La Piccola Principessa (2007) 1 copy
Little Women Gift Pack (2021) 1 copy
Three Proverb Stories (2021) 1 copy
MUJERCITAS 1 copy
Malé ženy 1 copy
Love and Self Love (2010) 1 copy
Kücük Kadinlar (2022) 1 copy
Småfrøkner 1 copy
MUJERCITAS (2019) B (2020) 1 copy
Little Men 1 copy
Little Women 1 copy
Little Men 1 copy
Good Wives 1 copy
An Hour 1 copy
My Red Cap (2015) 1 copy
Four Stories 1 copy

Associated Works

American Bloomsbury (2006) — Featured Artist — 655 copies
Little Women (Junior Classics for Young Readers) (1868) — Author — 622 copies
The Assassin's Cloak: An Anthology of the World's Greatest Diarists (2000) — Contributor, some editions — 555 copies
Little Women [1994 film] (1994) — Author — 489 copies
Penny Dreadfuls: Sensational Tales of Terror (1818) — Contributor — 469 copies
Great Short Stories by American Women (1996) — Contributor — 416 copies
The Fireside Book of Christmas Stories (1945) — Contributor — 286 copies
The Treasure Chest (1932) — Contributor — 261 copies
Little Women [2019 film] (2019) — Original book — 231 copies
The Phantom of the Opera and Other Gothic Tales (2018) — Contributor — 187 copies
The Best Christmas Stories Ever (Apple Classics) (1992) — Contributor — 186 copies
The Civil War: The Second Year Told By Those Who Lived It (2012) — Contributor — 175 copies
The Big Book of Classic Fantasy (2019) — Contributor — 172 copies
Little Women [novelization] (1994) 168 copies
Murder & Other Acts of Literature (1997) — Contributor — 149 copies
Life in the Iron Mills [Bedford Cultural Editions] (1997) — Contributor — 143 copies
A Literary Christmas: An Anthology (2013) — Contributor — 137 copies
Witches' Brew (2002) — Contributor — 126 copies
The Penguin Book of Women's Humour (1996) — Contributor — 119 copies
Into the Mummy's Tomb (2001) — Contributor — 114 copies
The Lifted Veil: Women's 19th Century Stories (2005) — Contributor — 114 copies
The Inheritance [1997 TV movie] (1997) — Author — 94 copies
The American Fantasy Tradition (2002) — Contributor — 90 copies
Told Under the Christmas Tree (1941) — Contributor — 82 copies
Little Women [adapted - Oxford Bookworms] (1990) — Author — 78 copies
Best in Children's Books 11 (1958) 77 copies
Little Women [1949 film] (1949) — Original novel — 70 copies
Little Women [1933 film] (1933) — Author — 62 copies
American Christmas Stories (2021) — Contributor — 62 copies
The Vintage Book of American Women Writers (2011) — Contributor — 56 copies
The Best American Mystery Stories of the 19th Century (2014) — Contributor — 53 copies
Revenge: Short Stories by Women Writers (1990) — Contributor — 49 copies
The Junior Classics Volume 06: Old-Fashioned Tales (1912) — Contributor — 47 copies
The Virago Book of Such Devoted Sisters (1993) — Contributor — 44 copies
Best Loved Short Stories of Nineteenth Century America (2003) — Contributor — 39 copies
An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving [2008 TV movie] (2008) — Author — 34 copies
Rediscoveries: American Short Stories by Women, 1832-1916 (1994) — Contributor — 32 copies
A Treasury of Old-Fashioned Christmas Stories (2006) — Contributor — 29 copies
American gothic : An anthology 1787–1916 (1999) — Contributor — 26 copies
Bronson Alcott's Fruitlands (1915) — Contributor — 23 copies
Open the Door (1965) — Contributor — 22 copies
Deadlier: 100 of the Best Crime Stories Written by Women (2017) — Contributor — 20 copies
Little Women [2017 TV series] (2017) — Author — 18 copies
Dracula's Brethren (2017) — Contributor — 17 copies
Little Men [1998 film] (1998) — Author — 13 copies
Penguin Christmas Classics (2016) 13 copies
Little Women [2018 movie] (2018) — Author — 11 copies
Little Women [1978 TV movie] (1978) — Author — 10 copies
More Favorite Stories of Christmas Past (v. 2) (2008) — Contributor — 6 copies
Ancient Egyptian Supernatural Tales (2016) — Contributor — 5 copies
Cricket Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 3, November 1974 (1974) — Contributor — 5 copies
Classic Women's Literature (2001) — Contributor — 5 copies
Little Women [1958 TV movie] — Author — 1 copy
Aquellas mujercitas (1974) 1 copy
Little Men [1934 film] (1934) — Author — 1 copy

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Common Knowledge

Canonical name
Alcott, Louisa May
Other names
Barnard, A. M.
Birthdate
1832-11-29
Date of death
1888-03-06
Burial location
Authors' Ridge, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Massachusetts, USA
Gender
female
Nationality
USA
Birthplace
Germantown, Pennsylvania, USA
Place of death
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Cause of death
stroke
Places of residence
Germantown, Pennsylvania, USA
Concord, Massachusetts, USA
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Utopian Fruitlands Community, Harvard, Massachusetts, USA (1843-1844)
Education
homeschooled
Occupations
novelist
nurse
seamstress
teacher
governess
Relationships
Alcott, Amos Bronson (father)
Alcott, Abigail May (mother)
Organizations
Transcendentalism
Agent
Zachary Shuster Harmsworth (estate)
Short biography
Louisa May Alcott (November 29, 1832 – March 6, 1888) was an American novelist, short story writer and poet best known as the author of the novel Little Women (1868) and its sequels Little Men (1871) and Jo's Boys (1886). Raised in New England by her transcendentalist parents, Abigail May and Amos Bronson Alcott, she grew up among many of the well-known intellectuals of the day, such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David Thoreau, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Alcott's family suffered from financial difficulties, and while she worked to help support the family from an early age, she also sought an outlet in writing. She began to receive critical success for her writing in the 1860s. Early in her career, she sometimes used the pen name A. M. Barnard, under which she wrote novels for young adults that focused on spies and revenge.

Published in 1868, Little Women is set in the Alcott family home, Orchard House, in Concord, Massachusetts, and is loosely based on Alcott's childhood experiences with her three sisters, Abigail May Alcott Nieriker, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, and Anna Alcott Pratt. The novel was well-received at the time and is still popular today among both children and adults. It has been adapted many times to the stage, film, and television.

Alcott was an abolitionist and a feminist and remained unmarried throughout her life. All her life she was active in such reform movements as temperance and women's suffrage. She died from a stroke, two days after her father died, in Boston on March 6, 1888.

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Reviews

Readable and entertaining, if you can cope with the endless morality lessons the writer tries to impart. The chapters are episodic in nature, but the main arc is the gentle story of how four sisters grow up and become women. If it were not for the old-fashioned, moralistic outlook it could be enjoyed nowadays by anyone. As it is, one needs to appreciate it as a period piece, and once you get past the morality lessons, there is much to enjoy,
 
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jcm790 | 401 other reviews | May 26, 2024 |
Tells the story of the school that Jo and her husband create, and of the young boys that live there. Once more we have the unavoidable morality lessons, but it is still well-written and engaging. It is episodic in nature and suffers a bit perhaps in comparison to Little Women for the lack of an overall story arc. Another gentle read.
 
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jcm790 | 65 other reviews | May 26, 2024 |
Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" has long been well known but her lesser works & later works are just as good as the novel. "Work," "Eight Cousins," "Rose in Bloom," as well as her 7 other stories & including selected public letters. Her transcendentalist views permeat much of her writings as well as her views of women's rights.
 
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walterhistory | May 18, 2024 |
If you're a fan of the sensation fiction of Wilkie Collins or Mary Elizabeth Braddon, you need to read Louisa May Alcott's contributions to the genre under the name A.M. Barnard. She writes the most wild stories, and I cannot decide if it is because she's an American writer and she can get away with more, or if this is just her style. That being said, this novel wasn't actually published during her lifetime, so it was still too shocking for an 19th century American readership.

"A Long Fatal Love Chase" was written 2 years before "Little Woman" was published. This novel is occupied with some of the same themes that make an appearance in her shorter sensation stories: primarily, the struggle of power between man and woman. I read another review that interpreted this story as a romance, and the chase as an erotic foreplay. I would strongly disagree. The chase in this book is not part of the romantic appeal, it is the desperate flight of a woman away from an evil man who she was romantically connected to. She remembers times she was happy and longs to go back to that innocence, but she chooses the difficult path and runs. He stalks her throughout the entire continent and her flight is for personal autonomy as much as it is for morality. He calls for her to submit to his will and then "he'll be her slave." I believe that Alcott is pointing out the utter stupidity of this patriarchal rhetoric.

Rosamond was an interesting heroine who climbs out windows, walks along roofs, and flees across the continent. She was very capable, and I loved the unlikely female friendships she develops along the way. Tempest is a typical sociopathic sensation villain and I hated him. Alcott connects him to the Mephistopheles from his first appearance, and that satanic imagery continues throughout the rest of the story to be contrasted with the pure priest character introduced in the second half of the book. This allegory seems to be the focus of the story more than capturing a type of "realism."

This book is quite the page-turner. It does get repetitive due to the structure of the book, but it is such a quick read and it kept me on the edge of my seat. The suspense never lets up once it gets going. Now I have to track down the rest of Alcott's sensation fiction because, although it has a lot of the sensation tropes, it still manages to feel like it's doing something different.
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