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Cornelia Lynde Meigs
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A very condensed summary of Invincible Louisa, entitled "The March Family," appears in Cornelia Meigs's A Critical History of Children's Literature. This book received much critical acclaim and long stood as a standard textbook in children's literature. Fifteen years after its publication, Meigs edited Glimpses of Louisa: A Centennial Sampling of the Best Short Stories of Louisa May Alcott.

Meigs also published Louisa M. Alcott and the American Family Story (1971), which examines the family life of seven authors, including Alcott. Meigs's last major work was Jane Addams: Pioneer for Social Justice, another biography of a strong, appealing woman.

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