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📒Louisa Or The Cottage On The Moor ✍ Elizabeth Helme
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📒Louisa May Alcott On Race Sex And Slavery ✍ Louisa May Alcott
✏Louisa May Alcott on Race Sex and Slavery Book Summary : Louisa May Alcott championed women's causes in gothic tales of interracial romance and in newspaper articles published during the Civil War. Drawn from her service as a nurse in a Union hospital as well as from her radical abolitionist activities, these writings allow Alcott to comment boldly on unstable racial identities, interracial sex and marriage, armed slave rebellion, war, and the links between the bondage of slaves and the conditions of white womanhood. A comprehensive introduction situates Alcott and her family within the network of antebellum reformers and unmasks her personal and literary struggles with the boundaries of race, sex, and class.
📒Louisa May Alcott ✍ Madeleine B. Stern
✏Louisa May Alcott Book Summary : Chronicles the life and literary success of the author of the enduring classic, "Little Women"
📒Louisa May Alcott And Charlotte Bronte ✍ Christine Doyle
✏Louisa May Alcott and Charlotte Bronte Book Summary : Through close examination of Louisa May Alcott's letters, journals, and published writings, this book argues that Alcott responds to Charlotte Bronte's woman's 'heart' but resists her British soul.
📒Louisa May Alcott ✍ Harriet Reisen
✏Louisa May Alcott Book Summary : In a fresh, modern take on the remarkable Louisa May Alcott, Harriet Reisen's vivid biography explores the author's life in the context of her works, many of which are to some extent autobiographical. Although Alcott secretly wrote pulp fiction, harbored radical abolitionist views, and served as a Civil War nurse, her novels went on to sell more copies than those of Herman Melville and Henry James. Stories and details culled from Alcott's journals, together with revealing letters to family, friends, and publishers, plus recollections of her famous contemporaries provide the basis for this lively account of the author's classic rags-to-riches tale. In Louisa May Alcott, the extraordinary woman behind the beloved American classic Little Women is revealed as never before.
📒The Selected Letters Of Louisa May Alcott ✍ Louisa May Alcott
✏The Selected Letters of Louisa May Alcott Book Summary : Collects the writer's letters, revealing her observations, struggles, and triumphs
📒Louisa S Mccord ✍ Louisa Susanna Cheves McCord
✏Louisa S McCord Book Summary : Louisa Susanna Cheves McCord (1810-1879) was one of the most remarkable figures in the intellectual history of antebellum America. A conservative intellectual, she broke the confines of Southern gender roles. Over the past decade historians have begun to pay attention to McCord and find her indespensible to understanding American culture. Among Southerners before the Civil War, she is ranked with Thomas Jefferson, George Mason, James Madison, Sarah Grimke, John C. Calhoun, George Fitzhugh, and Frederick Douglass. This volume collects all of her poetry, drama, and correspondence, her account of Sherman's occupation of Columbia, and a memoir of her father, politician and statesman Langdon Cheves. Its publication, together with the previously published Louisa S. McCord: Poltical and Social Essays, makes available all of Louisa McCords's varied writings.
📒Louisa ✍ Will Edwinson
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📒Louisa Of Woods Crossing ✍ James Kaye
✏Louisa of Woods Crossing Book Summary : Louisa of Woods Crossing is about the Texas frontier just prior to the 1836 War of Texas Independence. The fourteen year-old heroine of the story lived during times of hardships and dangers including nightmarish depredations by hostile Indians inclined to barbarous acts. Nothing was more feared than raids on cabins and the terrifying abductions of teen-aged girls. The family homestead on the Lavaca River was that of the typical log cabin with fi elds, pastures, and the customary animals except for two red wolf watchdogs adopted as orphaned pups. The story is also an endearing one of close friendships with other pioneer girls.
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