louisa may alcott

Entertainment
Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan, Timothée Chalamet and Meryl Streep star in the new adaption of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel.
Entertainment
“This is my Avengers!!!” one fan said of the “Lady Bird” director’s take on the 1868 novel, starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson and Timothée Chalamet.
Books
The twisted allure of embodying perfectly self-abnegating femininity.
Entertainment
“Lady Bird” stars Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, as well as actresses Emma Stone and Meryl Streep, have all officially signed up for the project.
Environment
In 1870, popular American author Louisa May Alcott (Little Women) described with words and illustration how two young girls offered buckets of water and freshly picked clover to distressed and panting sheep on a cattle railroad car, an act of compassion that deeply touched her. A century and a half later, in Canada, Anita Krajnc risks jail time for performing that same act of compassion.
Post 50
Women's voices, individually and collectively, must be half of the game of authors. We are more than one voice in a deck
Books
Sadly, Publishers Weekly gave the book an attention-getting starred review and called it "authoritative." Somebody at PW didn't do homework.
Entertainment
Though tempted by that lure, the civilian contract surgeon explains the obvious: He bristles at the restrictions, the hierarchy
Books
Maybe I can't shake those romantic images, or maybe holing up behind closed doors feels like being a child exiled to my room as punishment. For whatever reason, I write best in the more central rooms of the house, the ones where I spend time doing many other things.
Arts & Culture
Louisa May Alcott is probably jumping for joy in her grave.
Women
Orchard House -- as Louisa May Alcott's home in Concord, Massachusetts is known -- is remarkable for many reasons. Most notably it is a historic site dedicated to a woman who is not only beloved today but who was famous in her own day.
Books
In piecing together these letters and journals as well as working with additional source material, author Eve LaPlante discovered that Louisa's mother, Abigail, was not the self-effacing background player as described in other accounts of the family.
Books
11. Love is a wonderful thing... The love of the Marches for each other, their friends, and their eventual spouses and children
Travel
Unlike Paul Revere, you don't need to look to Boston's Old North Church for two lanterns to see that you should hit the road for Concord and Lexington, Mass.
Culture & Arts
The books most associated with The Mount are The Age of Mirth (1905) and Ethan Frome (1911), which she wrote there. The Age