Louisa May Alcott Essay | Louisa May Alcott: The Women Who Wrote Wonders

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Louisa May Alcott: The Women Who Wrote Wonders

Summary: A biography of Louisa May Alcott.
"I don't see how you can write and act such splendid things, Jo. You're a regular Shakespeare" (Alcott 7). This line taken out of Louisa Alcott's Little Women demonstrates how even the character, based upon herself, was also considered as a truly amazing writer. Louisa May Alcott's personal and social experiences reflected in her autobiographical writing.

Alcott's childhood was the foundation for her writing career. She was born the second of four daughters to Bronson and Abigail Alcott in 1832. She was raised in Boston and Concord, Massachusetts. Her family was severely impoverished, but that did not stop her from having a content and happy childhood. As a young girl, Louisa would have been considered a "tomboy". She was physically active and enjoyed playing with boys. She was quite an explorer, who got lost exploring the wharves of the Boston harbor when she was...

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