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Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Little Women
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Little Women (1918)
The 1868 book was first released as a movie in 1918 - a black and white, silent film. Starred Isabel Lamon, Dorothy Bernard, Lillian Hall and Florence Flinn. The 1994 remake is better known.
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Little Men
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Little Women
First published 1868. Concerns the lives and loves of four sisters growing up during the American Civil War.
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Little Men (1997)
Based on the 1871 book 'Little Men: Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys'
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Flower Fables
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Moods
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
An Old-Fashioned Girl
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Aunt Jo's Scrap Bag
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Eight Cousins
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Rose in Bloom
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Jo's Boys
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Three Proverb Stories
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Silver Pitchers, and Independence: A Centennial Love Story
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Under the Lilacs
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Jack and Jill: A Village Story
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Lulu's Library
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
A Garland for Girls
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Comic Tragedies
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
Behind a Mask
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
The Abbot's Ghost
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
A Long Fatal Love Chase
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote   
A Modern Mephistopheles
Louisa May Alcott
   created the character   
Josephine "Jo" March
Little Women
Louisa May Alcott
   created the character   
Theodore Laurence
Little Women
Great Aunt March's House
   was created by   
Louisa May Alcott
From "Little Women", 1868-1869
Louisa May Alcott
   is buried in   
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, MA, USA
Author, d. 1888; Concord, Massachusetts
Louisa May Alcott
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Little Women (1918)
The 1868 book was first released as a movie in 1918 - a black and white, silent film. Starred Isabel Lamon, Dorothy Bernard, Lillian Hall and Florence Flinn. The 1994 remake is better known.
Louisa May Alcott
   uttered the last words   
"Is It Not Meningitis?"
Louisa May Alcott
   said   
"Far Away There in the Sunshine Are My Highest Aspirations. I May Not Reach Them, but I Can Look up and See Their Beauty, Believe in Them, and Try to Follow Where They Lead"
American novelist. She is best known for the novel Little Women






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