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The Lost Stories Of Louisa May Alcott By Louisa May Alcott Daniel Shealy Madeleine B. Stern,

  • Title: The Lost Stories Of Louisa May Alcott
  • Author: Louisa May Alcott Daniel Shealy Madeleine B. Stern
  • ISBN: 9780806516547
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the author of anonymous and pseudonymous tales comes a collection on nine newly discovered stories uncovered by tireless literary detective work.
    The Lost Stories Of Louisa May Alcott From the author of anonymous and pseudonymous tales comes a collection on nine newly discovered stories uncovered by tireless literary detective work

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    1. Very, very melodramatic That being said these stories are exactly what I ve always imagined Jo March writing So for that reason alone, if you re a fan of Little Women, you might want to give this book a go.

    2. This week is free eBook week and I capitalize from this by downloading for free the Lost Stories of Louisa May Alcott Louise Alcott is best known for her book Little Women This compilation of stories were originally published anonymously in Frank Leslie s Lady s magazine between 1868 and 1870 They were considered lost until a few literary detectives found them and published them.There are a total of 5 stories on the audio tape These include Countess Berison, Fatal Follies, Fate in a Fan, Which W [...]

    3. Very different in style from Little Women, These were short stories submitted to a Ladies Magazine under a pseudonym They involve murder, suicide, and revenge, Altho alot milder than what we have today Im sure these stories were quite titillating at the time Enjoyable, if you need a book that can be read when you are busy and only have small blocks of time.

    4. One of my favorite novels is Little Women , so it was a treat to read these short stories by the author It made me think of Jo March in Little Women , writing her stories in the attic I want to read

    5. This is a collection of stories written by the author for an adult audience She is best known for her childrens books such as Little Women, but here is a collection of stories published in magazines that were written for the enjoyment of adults The treatment of the subject matter reminds me of stories I have read by Guy de Maupassant, where society of the day is examined and found somewhat lacking The stories are as well written as one would expect from reading her novels, and the characters and [...]

    6. Found this at a bookstore in Louisa May Alcott country i.e Concord, MA Fans of Little Women with all its treacly sweetness and light will not enjoy this book This is high Victorian melodrama here At the end of every story, I heard bum bum BUUUUUMMMMMM Lots of tragic dying and such Last words like, Forgive me, but I loved you, and Go we want no shadow on our happiness Although I m certain Alcott did not intend this to be Grade A Campiness, to a modern reader, that s how it comes off Great fun, if [...]

    7. There were some good ones, there were some not so good ones Read my upcoming review on Austenitis to learn about what I thought.

    8. Written in the style of her character Jo March s stories, the reflect a young writer, learning her trade, earning story continuity and such Very splashy and fantastic tales.

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