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Thu Oct 16 17:59:07 2014 UTClccn-n791171520.06An old-fashioned Thanksgiving0.130.63Daughters of the Puritans; a group of brief biographies /29528997Louisa_May_Alcottn 79117152348864Alcott, L.Alcott, L. M.Alcott, L. M. 1832-1888Alcott, L. M. (Louisa May), 1832-1888Alcott Louisa 1832-1888Alcott, Louisa M.Alcott, Louisa-M. 1832-1888Alcott, Louisa M. (Louisa May), 1832-1888Alcott, Louisa MayAlcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888Alcott, Louise 1832-1888Alcott, Louise M.Alcott, Louise M. 1832-1888Alcott, Louise MayAlcott Louise May 1832-1888Alcott, Ludwika.Alcott, LuísaAlcott, Luisa M. 1832-1888Alcott, Luisa M. (Luisa May), 1832-1888Alcott, Luisa MayAlcott, Luisa May 1832-1888Alcott, Luoisa May 1832-1888Alcott, M. L.Alcott, May 1832-1888Alkot, LujzaAlkot, Lujza 1832-1888Alkūt, LuwīzāAlkūt, Luwīzā 1832-1888Ao'ergete 1832-1888Aoerkete, .. 1832-1888Aunt Jo's scrap-bag, Author of 1832-1888Aunt Kipp, Author of 1832-1888Author of An old-fashioned girlAuthor of An old-fashioned girl 1832-1888Author of Aunt Jo's scrap-bagAuthor of Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 1832-1888Author of Aunt KippAuthor of Aunt Kipp 1832-1888Author of Eight cousinsAuthor of Eight cousins 1832-1888Author of Hospital sketchesAuthor of Hospital sketches 1832-1888Author of Kitty's class-dayAuthor of Kitty's class-day 1832-1888Author of Little menAuthor of Little men 1832-1888Author of Little women.Author of Little women 1832-1888Author of MoodsAuthor of Moods 1832-1888Author of Psyche's artAuthor of Psyche's art 1832-1888Author of WorkAuthor of Work 1832-1888Autorka "Małych kobietek".Barnard, A.MBarnard, A. M. 1832-1888Eight cousins, Author of 1832-1888Elkota, Luīza Meja 1832-1888Hospital sketches, Author of 1832-1888Jo 1832-1888Kitty's class-day, Author of 1832-1888Little men, Author of 1832-1888Little women, Author of 1832-1888Louisa May AlcottLuyi, Ao'ergete, 1832-1888Luyi Mei, Ao'ergete, 1832-1888May Alcott, LouisaMay Alcott, Louisa 1832-1888Moods, Author of 1832-1888Old-fashioned girl, Author of 1832-1888Olḱot, LuizaOlʹkot, Luiza 1832-1888Orukotto FujinŌrukotto, L. M. 1832-1888Orukotto, Ruiza Mei 1832-1888Pani Whitney.Psyche's art, Author of 1832-1888Work, Author of 1832-1888Олкотт, Луиза Мэй 1832-1888אלקוט, לואיזה מי, 1832-1888אלקוט, לואיזה מיי 1832-1888ألكوت، لويزا ميأولكت، لويزا مي، 1832-1888بارنارد، إيه. إم.، 1832-1888لويزا ماي ألكوت، 1832-1888لويزا مي أولكت، 1832-1888アルコツトルイザメイ 1832-1888オールコットオールコット, L. Mオルコット フジンオルコット, ルイザオルコット, ルイザ・メイオルコット夫人オルコツトルイザメイ 1832-1888ルイザメイオルコット 1832-1888奥尔各特 1832-1888奥尔各特, 路易 1832-1888奥尔各特, 路易 美 1832-1888fast-1009032March family (Fictitious characters)lccn-n50022525Stern, Madeleine B.1912-2007auiothcmmedtinslccn-n86125486Shealy, Danielothedtlccn-n88116786Meigs, Cornelia1884-1973lccn-n79066565Myerson, Joelothcmmedtlccn-n91098640Caruso, Barbaranrtlccn-no94018831Recorded Books, Inclccn-n79083655Cheever, Susanlccn-n79007728Hawthorne, Nathaniel1804-1864lccn-n79080897Elbert, SarahcmmedtAlcott, Louisa May1832-1888FictionJuvenile worksDomestic fictionHistoryBiographyPsychological fictionPersonal narrativesCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceDiariesNew EnglandFamiliesAlcott, Louisa May,SistersMarch family (Fictitious characters)Young womenAuthors, AmericanMothers and daughtersOrphansBoarding schoolsCousinsUnited StatesSchoolsFriendshipMassachusetts--ConcordMarried womenManners and customsAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Women--Social life and customsMan-woman relationshipsSex roleFeminismDetective and mystery stories, AmericanEuropeSeparation (Psychology)HospitalsRelationship addictionTwain, Mark,EnglandMassachusetts--BostonDogsFuller, Margaret,Thanksgiving DayWashington (D.C.)American literatureAuthors, American--Homes and hauntsIntellectual lifeAuthorsAmerican fictionWomen--EmploymentLondon, Jack,Shakespeare, William,Andersen, H. C.--(Hans Christian),Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de,Poe, Edgar Allan,Hurston, Zora NealeSandburg, Carl,Austen, Jane,White, E. B.--(Elwyn Brooks),Dickinson, Emily,18321888184018491854185518571858186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015230856278912522[FIC]PS1017ocn799603797ocn797188707ocn801141649ocn797221925ocn797941915ocn801057487ocn797941897ocn799786962ocn797621845ocn797799376ocn799597994ocn799688296ocn797492738ocn799671613ocn781031868ocn799990434ocn797489230ocn797510272ocn797842279ocn799567690ocn440677366ocn263426596ocn732003420ocn422100417ocn724093112ocn723997368ocn465557608ocn085390094ocn696623889Novelists, AmericanWomen authors, AmericanAuthors, American318591629ocn055877571book18000.08Alcott, Louisa MayLittle women ; Little men ; Jo's boysHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesPictorial worksDramaRecords and correspondenceFilm adaptationsAutobiographical fictionBildungsromansDomestic fictionGraphic novelsHistorical fictionYoung adult worksAutobiographical fiction, AmericanDomestic fiction, AmericanChronicles the joys and sorrows of the four March sisters as they grow into young women in nineteenth-century New England. Features background information, fully animated text with difficult words and passages explained, plot summaries, theme discussions, and character analyses+-+284270223632411042517ocn006164903book18710.07Alcott, Louisa MayLittle men; life at Plumfield with Jo's boysHistoryJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksDomestic fictionYoung adult worksFollows the adventures of Jo March and her husband Professor Bhaer as they try to make their school for boys a happy, comfortable, and stimulating place+-+19568516856914340ocn030477315book18860.07Alcott, Louisa MayJo's boys and how they turned outHistoryJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksRecounts the further adventures, successes, and failures of the numerous little men of Plumfield+-+38568516856385262ocn001282594book18740.07Alcott, Louisa MayEight cousinsJuvenile worksFictionDomestic fictionLove storiesOrphaned Rose Campbell finds it difficult to fit in when she goes to live with her six aunts and seven mischievous boy cousins+-+11092859655764249ocn057517968rcrd19470.08Alcott, Louisa MayLittle womenHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDramaAudio adaptationsAutobiographical fictionBildungsromansDomestic fictionRadio playsYoung adult worksIn picturesque nineteenth-century New England, tomboyish Jo, beautiful Meg, fragile Beth, and romantic Amy come of age while their father is off to war+-+35979613253245641238ocn712821448book18000.07Alcott, Louisa MayAn old-fashioned girlHistoryJuvenile worksFictionPolly's friendship with the wealthy Shaws of Boston helps them to build a new life and teachers her the truth about the relationship bettwen happiness and riches+-+68146902263244244200ocn004008711book18770.07Alcott, Louisa MayUnder the lilacsJuvenile worksFictionRelates the adventures of Ben Brown, his performing poodle Sancho, and the two young girls who feed and cared for them after the boy and dog run away from the circus+-+7235851685391931ocn032166212book19940.19Alcott, Louisa MayA long fatal love chaseHistoryFictionPsychological fictionLove storiesAn Englishwoman falls for an older man who takes her to France where she discovers he is already married. When she leaves him, he pursues her and confines her to a lunatic asylum in Germany. But she will escape. The novel was written in 1866 and was rejected by the publisher as too sensational+-+7560994215337525ocn000703272book18820.06Alcott, Louisa MayAn old-fashioned ThanksgivingHistoryJuvenile worksFictionThe activities of seven children in nineteenth-century New England as they prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday while Mother is away caring for Grandmother+-+4509555155307198ocn032704809book18730.07Alcott, Louisa MayRose in bloom : a sequel to Eight cousinsJuvenile worksFictionRose Campbell's adventures with her cousins continue in this sequel to "Eight Cousins."+-+0609285965302121ocn036159610book19920.17Alcott, Louisa MayThe inheritanceHistoryFictionEdith Adelon, an impoverished Italian orphan, finds love and friends in England+-+4102090705266965ocn044963375book18630.29Alcott, Louisa MayHospital sketches and camp and fireside storiesHistoryBiographyFictionPersonal narrativesContains Alcott's fictionalized account of her service as a nurse. These short stories weave dramatic tales about the personal effects of the Civil War+-+3375177685263438ocn001121099book19750.22Alcott, Louisa MayBehind a mask : the unknown thrillers of Louisa May AlcottFictionDetective and mystery storiesDetective and mystery stories, American"Contains an introduction by M.B. Stern and four stories by L.M. Alcott: Behind a mask; or, A woman's power, The abbot's ghost; or Maurice Treherne's temptation, Pauline's passion and punishment, and The mysterious key and what it opened. The first two of these were published under the pseud. of A.M. Bernard."+-+4388553315239377ocn044953786file18490.07Alcott, Louisa MayFlower fablesJuvenile worksFictionPoetryFairy talesShort storiesShort stories, AmericanSix stories and three poems relate the adventures of the fairy folk and their friends, the flowers+-+22650902263242078269ocn035599539book18680.13Alcott, Louisa MayGood wives : Little women part IIHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDomestic fictionAutobiographical fiction, AmericanDomestic fiction, AmericanIn this second touching story about the March family, the March girls and their friend Laurie are young adults with their futures to find+-+9041185965170617ocn041996059book19990.14Alcott, Louisa MayThe quiet little woman ; Tilly's Christmas ; Rosa's tale : three enchanting Christmas storiesJuvenile worksFiction"...a Christmas story from Miss Alcott about a lonely orphan girl who finds a family to love her...."+-+5161747106157418ocn017384056book19880.21Alcott, Louisa MayA double life : newly discovered thrillers of Louisa May AlcottFiction154597ocn029428753book18730.35Alcott, Louisa MayWork : a story of experienceHistoryJuvenile worksFictionFeminist fiction"Work is both an exploration of Alcott's personal conflicts and a social critique, examining women's independence, the moral significance of labor, and the goals to which a woman can aspire."--P. [4] of cover+-+K6454859651541101ocn003495618book18760.10Alcott, Louisa MayRose in bloom : a sequel to "Eight Cousins"Juvenile worksFictionPoetryLove storiesRose Campbell's adventures with her cousins continue in this sequel to "Eight Cousins."+-+8909499896144982ocn022422436book18640.29Alcott, Louisa MayMoodsJuvenile worksFictionLove storiesSylvia Yule marries one of her brother's two best friends, only to discover she has chosen the wrong man+-+1521608635530243ocn000906432book19330.08Meigs, CorneliaInvincible Louisa; the story of the author of Little womenJuvenile worksBiographyPresents the life of Louisa May Alcott, who was able through the success of her writings to achieve one thing that was very important to her--to be able to take care of all her family+-+8540101685234611ocn003167950book19770.24Saxton, MarthaLouisa May : a modern biography of Louisa May AlcottBiographyA biography of the rebel and feminist who was best known as the author of "Little Women."+-+751970928519267ocn316514238book20090.21Reisen, HarrietLouisa May Alcott : the woman behind Little womenBiographyA vivid, energetic account of the life of Louisa May Alcott that explores Alcott's life in the context of her works, all of which are to some extent autobiographical+-+444735053519181ocn252918845book20090.06McDonough, Yona ZeldisLouisa : the life of Louisa May AlcottJuvenile worksBiographyLouisa came from a family that was poor but freethinking, and she started teaching when she was only seventeen years old. But writing was her passion. This biography captures the life of a compassionate woman who left an indelible mark on literature for all ages+-+074635053518564ocn085810160file20050.28Shealy, DanielAlcott in her own time a biographical chronicle of her life, drawn from recollections, interviews, and memoirs by family, friends, and associatesBiographyThe recollections about an older and wealthier Alcott show a kind and generous, albeit outspoken, woman little changed by her money and status. From Annie Sawyer Downs's description of life in Concord to Anna Alcott Pratt's recollections of the Alcott sisters' acting days to Julian Hawthorne's neighborly portrait of the Alcotts, the thirty-six recollections in this copiously illustrated volume tell the private and public story of a remarkable life+-+628409223517551ocn029025194book19940.06Krull, KathleenLives of the writers : comedies, tragedies (and what the neighbors thought)Juvenile worksBiographyThe lives of twenty writers, ranging from Dickens and Poe to Twain, Sandburg, and Langston Hughes, are profiled in this humorous and informative collection+-+K48207263516613ocn067728682book20060.21Cheever, SusanAmerican Bloomsbury : Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry David Thoreau : their lives, their loves, their workCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA portrait of five Concord, Massachusetts, writers whose works were at the center of mid-nineteenth-century American thought and literature evaluates their interconnected relationships, influence on each other's works, and complex beliefs+-+961917892516248ocn528665902book20100.20Cheever, SusanLouisa May AlcottBiographySusan Cheever's comprehensive and definitive biography sheds new light on the life of Louisa May Alcott, whose work has inspired generations of women. Cheever laces this provocative biography with musings on the genesis of genius, and her identification with Jo March when she was a rebellious girl in the throes of puberty+-+K644101696161317ocn000270649book19500.30Stern, Madeleine BLouisa May AlcottBiographyBibliographyChronicles the life and literary success of the author of the enduring classic, "Little Women"+-+6269800006157410ocn009762436book19830.26MacDonald, Ruth KLouisa May AlcottHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Louisa May Alcott13683ocn609628753file20070.37Trites, Roberta SeelingerTwain, Alcott, and the birth of the adolescent reform novelCriticism, interpretation, etcTrites argues that Twain and Alcott wrote on similar topics because they were so deeply affected by the Civil War, by cataclysmic emotional and financial losses in their families, by their cultural immersion in the tenets of Protestant philosophy, and by sexual tensions that may have stimulated their interest in writing for adolescents, Trites demonstrates how the authors participated in a cultural dynamic that marked the changing nature of adolescence in America, provoking a literary sentiment that continues to inform young adult literature. Both intuited that the transitory nature of adolesc+-+0771472306135742ocn000230557book18890.59Alcott, Louisa MayLouisa May Alcott : her life, letters, and journalsBiographyDiariesPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondenceOffers a portrait of Louisa May Alcott through a collection of personal letters and journal entries, giving insight into her life and her work+-+351995479612123ocn071581424book20070.06Frederick, Heather VogelThe Mother-Daughter Book ClubJuvenile worksFictionWhen the mothers of four sixth-grade girls with very different personalities pressure them into forming a book club, they find, as they read and discuss Little Women, that they have much more in common than they could have imagined+-+976913431512104ocn015017391book19870.27Alcott, Louisa MayThe selected letters of Louisa May AlcottRecords and correspondenceCollects the writer's letters, revealing her observations, struggles, and triumphs+-+859268573512065ocn019355172book19890.27Alcott, Louisa MayThe journals of Louisa May AlcottDiaries+-+850468573511495ocn779266090book20120.21LaPlante, EveMarmee & Louisa : the untold story of Louisa May Alcott and her motherBiographyThe author argues that Louisa's "Marmee," Abigail May Alcott, was in fact the intellectual and emotional center of her daughter's world--exploding the myth that her outspoken idealist father was the source of her progressive thinking and remarkable independence11144ocn456171716book20100.14McNees, Kelly O'ConnorThe lost summer of Louisa May AlcottFictionBiographical fictionHistorical fictionLove storiesBiographical fiction, AmericanThe beloved author begins a love affair that would threaten her writing career--and inspire the story of Jo and Laurie in "Little Women."+-+1701064485102434ocn001423831book18630.29Alcott, Louisa MayHospital sketches and camp and fireside storiesHistoryBiographyFictionPersonal narrativesAlthough best known as a writer of fiction who produced such classics as Little Women, Louisa May Alcott lived a fascinating life that included a stint as a Civil War nurse. This collection includes several essays, letters, and other pieces that outline Alcott's experiences serving to the needs of the war wounded. It's a fascinating account that will enthrall Civil War buffs or those with an interest in the history of medical practice+-+61260902263249732ocn023178466book19910.06Johnston, NormaLouisa May : the world and works of Louisa May AlcottJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of Louisa May Alcott that traces the influence of her family life on her works+-+514176331581714ocn000909919book19050.63Beach, Seth CurtisDaughters of the Puritans; a group of brief biographiesBiography+-+7168507896+-+7560994215+-+7560994215Thu Oct 16 15:54:43 EDT 2014batch204154