Louisa May Alcott

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Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott
Información personal
Calendata de naixencia: 29 de noviembre de 1832
Puesto de naixencia: Flag of the United States.svg Germantown (Philadelphia, Pennsilvania)
Calendata de muerte: 6 de marzo de 1888
Puesto de muerte: Flag of the United States.svg Boston (Massachusetts)
Ocupación: Escritora

Louisa May Alcott, naixita de Germantown (Philadelphia, Pennsilvania) o 29 de noviembre de 1832 y muerta en Boston (Massachusetts) o 6 de marzo de 1888, estió una escritora estatounitense. Amás conoixita d'as suyas obras ye a novela Little Women, amás d'atras obras de Literatura chovenil. En os alazetz d'a suya carrera literaria, escrebió novela negra gotica con o seudonimo d'A. M. Barnard.

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  • 1849: The Inheritance.
  • 1854: Flower Fables.
  • 1863: Hospital Sketches.
  • 1864: The Rose Family: A Fairy Tale
  • 1865: Moods.
  • 1866: Behind a mask: or a woman's power.
  • 1867: Morning-Glories and Other Stories.
  • 1867: The Mysterious Key and What It Opened.
  • 1868: Little Women or Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy
  • 1868: Three Proverb Stories.
  • 1869: Good Wives.
  • 1870: An Old Fashioned Girl.
  • 1871: Little Men: Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys.
  • 1872-1882: Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag.
  • 1872: Work: A Story of Experience.
  • 1875: Eight Cousins or The Aunt-Hill.
  • 1875: Beginning Again, Being a Continuation of Work.
  • 1876: Silver Pitchers, and Independence: "A Centennial Love Story".
  • 1876: Rose in Bloom: A Sequel to Eight Cousins.
  • 1878: Under the Lilacs.
  • 1880: Jack and Jill: A Village Story.
  • 1886: Jo's Boys and How They Turned Out: A Sequel to "Little Men".
  • 1886-1889: Lulu's Library.
  • 1888: A Garland for Girls.
  • 1893: Comic Tragedies.

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