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The Portable Louisa May Alcott by Louisa May Alcott

The Portable Louisa May Alcott

  • Paperback $20.00

    Jul 01, 2000 | 640 Pages

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    Jul 01, 2000 | 640 Pages

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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Chronology
I. Short Fiction
My Contraband
A Whisper in the Dark
Thrice Tempted
La Jeune; or, Actress and Woman
Psyche’s Art
My Mysterious Mademoiselle
Cupid and Chow-chow
Queen Aster
II. Novels and Novellas
Moods
Behind a Mask; or, A Woman’s Power
From Little Women, part 2:
Literary Lessons
Friend
From Work: A Story of Experience:
At Forty
From A Modern Mephistopheles
Chapters XII, XIII, and XV
From Jo’s Boys
Plays at Plumfield
Among the Maids
III. Memoirs, Journals, and Letters
Transcendental Wild Oats
Journals:
Fruitlands (1843)
Concord (1845-47)
Boston (1850-57)
Concord (1858-62)
Georgetown (1862-63)
Moods (1864-65)
Little Women (1868-69)
Emerson’s Death (1882)
Letters:
To Abigail May Alcott, December 25, 1854
To Amos Bronson Alcott, November 29, 1856
To Anna Alcott Pratt, date uncertain
To Annie Maria Lawrence, February 3, 1865
To Moncure Daniel Conway, February 18, 1865
To Mr. Ayer, March 19, 1865
To the Lukens Sisters, September 4 [1873]
To Lucy Stone, October 1, 1873
To Maria S. Porter [1874]
To Lucy Stone, June 29 [1876]
To John Preston True, October 24 [1878]
To Thomas Niles, February 12, 1881
To Thomas Niles, February 19, 1881
To William Warland Clapp, Jr., March 6, 1883
To Maggie Lukens, January 14 [1884]
To Maggie Lukens, February 5 [1884]
To Maggie Lukens, February 14 [1884]
To the Woman’s Journal, May 8, 1884
To Lucy Stone, August 31 [1885]
To Thomas Niles, [June?] 1886

Notes to the Letters
Selected Bibliography

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