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Title Alcott in her own time : a biographical chronicle of her life, drawn from recollections, interviews, and memoirs by family, friends, and associates / edited by Daniel Shealy
Published Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, ©2005

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Description 1 online resource (xxix, 240 pages) : illustrations
Series Writers in their own time
Writers in their own time (University of Iowa Press)
Contents Machine generated contents note: Reminiscences of a childhood in Concord in the 1840s / Annie Sawyer Downs -- Louisa May Alcott in 1860 / Augusta Bowers French -- Louisa May Alcott in the early 1860s / Anne Brown Adams -- visit to the Alcotts in 1864 / Elizabeth B. Greene -- letter about Louisa May Alcott in London (1866) / Moses Coit Tyler -- "A letter from Miss Alcott's sister about 'Little women'" (1871) / Anna Alcott Pratt -- Louisa May Alcott visits the Sorosis Club in 1875 / Anonymous -- letter about the Alcotts and Orchard House (1876) / Lydia Maria Child -- visit with Anna Alcott Pratt (1878) / Bessie Holyoke -- "Miss Alcott's birthplace" (1891) / Anonymous -- "Mr. Alcott and his daughters" (1882) / Anonymous -- "Recollections of my childhood" (1888) / Louisa May Alcott -- From Louisa May Alcott : a souvenir (1888) / Lurabel Harlow -- "The author of 'Little women'" (1888) / Mary Bartol -- ̂ "The Alcotts" (1888) / Frances Bellows Sanborn -- From Louisa May Alcott : her life, letters and journals (1889) / Ednah Dow Cheney -- "Recollections of Louisa May Alcott" (1892) / Maria S. Porter -- "A foreword by Meg" (1893) / Anna Alcott Pratt -- From Sketches from Concord and Appledore (1895) / Frank Preston Stearns -- "When Louisa Alcott was a girl" (1898) / Edward W. Emerson -- Reminiscences of "Laurie" (1901 and 1902) / Alfred Whitman -- From the Alcotts in Harvard (1902) / Annie M.L. Clark -- From Bits of gossip (1904) / Rebecca Harding Davis -- "A Concord notebook : the women of Concord -- III : Louisa Alcott and her circle" (1906) / F.B. Sanborn -- From the Alcotts as I knew them (1909) / Clara Gowing -- "Reminiscences of Louisa May Alcott" (1912) / F.B. Sanborn -- "The 'Little women' of long ago" (1913) / John S.P. Alcott -- ̂
Summary By 1888, twenty years after the publication of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was one of the most popular and successful authors America had yet produced. In her pre-Little Women days, she concocted blood-and-thunder tales for low wages; post-Little Women, she specialized in domestic novels and short stories for children. Collected here for the first time are the reminiscences of people who knew her, the majority of which have not been published since their original appearance in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the printed recollections in this book appeared after Alcott
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888
SUBJECT Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888 fast
Subject Authors, American -- 19th century -- Biography
LITERARY CRITICISM -- American -- General.
HISTORY -- United States -- 19th Century.
Authors, American
Genre/Form Biographies
Form Electronic book
Author Shealy, Daniel.
LC no. 2004058859
ISBN 9781587295980
1587295989