Little Women

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Broadview Press, 11.06.2001 - 619 Seiten

Little Women, Louisa May Alcott’s masterpiece of Children’s literature, is the story of the March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. Living in a small Massachusetts town, the girls and Mrs. March must make do while Mr. March is away serving as an Army Chaplain during the Civil War. At the story’s center lies Jo who, as she approaches adulthood, must reconcile her duties to her family with her desire to become a successful writer.

The many appendices in this Broadview edition include materials on the early women’s movement, the novel’s composition, and Alcott’s literary influences.

 

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I
7
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9
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29
IV
33
V
37
VI
39
VII
41
VIII
497
XVIII
556
XIX
558
XX
566
XXI
580
XXII
584
XXIII
589
XXIV
592
XXVI
595

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499
XI
512
XII
518
XIII
519
XIV
529
XV
531
XVI
536
XXVII
596
XXVIII
605
XXIX
608
XXX
611
XXXII
615
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Über den Autor (2001)

Anne Hiebert Alton is Assistant Professor of English at Central Michigan University. She has published on children’s literature and on Victorian literature.

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