41 edition of Little women; or, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy found in the catalog.
Little women; or, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy
Louisa May Alcott
|Statement||by Louisa M. Alcott ... With more than 200 illustrations by Frank T. Merrill and a picture of the home of the Little women, by Edmund H. Garrett|
|Contributions||Merrill, Frank T. b. 1848, Garrett, Edmund Henry, 1853-1929|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 586,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||586|
|LC Control Number||09035178|
Survey of traditional weaving patterns of Himachal Pradesh
Love & Profit
consumer goods society.
Economics and the banks role in the economy
Volunteers and conflicting policies
Discussion on tidal power and the Severn Barrage
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Jenolan Caves, New South Wales, Australia
The birds of Quetico Provincial Park and the Atikokan area
defence of poesie 1595.
Channel Islands Ancestry
Short Story Criticism
The usefulness of the mutal storytelling technique for diagnosis, treatment, and evaluation in psychodynamically-oriented casework with children
Anne Boyd Rioux's new book Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy: the Story of Little Women and Why They Still Matter celebrates the novel's history, legacy, and influence.
I don't recall when I first read Little Women. I was given a copy of Alcott's later novel Eight Cousins when I was in elementary school/5. “Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy: The Story of Little Women and Why It Still Matters masterfully peels away the layers of complexity in Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel.
Reflecting astute research and scholarship, Rioux’s book is immensely entertaining and informative, and can be easily enjoyed by teachers, scholars, and the multitude of Little Women /5(57).
Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy: A Graphic Novel is a retelling of the classic Little Women. The familiar plot line is captured with a fun present-day twist as it incorporates parental overseas deployment, a multiracial blended family, chemotherapy, coming out as gay, cell phones, email, snapchat photos, and more.4/5.
Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy featured in Bustle's "10 Nonfiction Books About Other Books, Because The History Of Literature Is Fascinating." The New Yorker: Joan Acocella's essay "How 'Little Women' Got Big" on Little Women and Meg, Jo, Beth Amy.
Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy is one of Lit Hub's best reviewed books of the week, with 4 "Raves" and 4 "Positive" reviews. 61, free ebooks. 62 by Louisa May Alcott. Bibliographic Record. Alcott, Louisa May, Merrill, Frank T., Little Women; Or, Meg, Jo, Beth, and.