LOUISA MAY, A Biography of Louisa May Alcott,

By: Martha Saxton

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LOUISA MAY, A Biography of Louisa May Alcott, by Martha Saxton
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Andre Deutsch, London - first edition, 1978. Hardcover, 9 1/2" x 6", with dust jacket. Our copy is an ex-library one in transparent protective covering, with stamps, stickers, barcode, stains, lean to spine. Minor scribble on page 274 (not effecting text).. Shelfwear to boards. FAIR book in FAIR unclipped dust jacket. Orange cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, 23 b&w photographs, bibliography, index. Generations of British and American girls were brought up on Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'; a romantic, utterly compelling story of family life in which sweetness and virtue were their own reward. Alcott was friends with Emerson, Hawthorne & Thoreau. She was also an ardent feminist, an abortionist, and the gifted daughter of a failed teacher who manoeuvred her into becoming family breadwinner.

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