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 estausunidense. 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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