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Google Doodle celebrates trailblazing author of 'Little Women' - CNET

Louisa May Alcott was born on November 29, 1832, making today her 184th birthday. Today's Google doodle by Sophie Diao honours the writer by capturing the March sisters from Alcott's "Little Women." "Little Women" is Alcott's most famous novel, loosely ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott: Google doodle commemorates 184th birthday of beloved Little Women author -

"I like good strong words that mean something," says Jo March in Little Women . The same could be said of the novel's author, Louisa May Alcott , who was born in New England 184 years ago today. Raised by transcendentalist parents, Abigail May and Amos ...and more »

Which “little woman” are you? [quiz] - OUPblog (blog)

The twenty-ninth of November 2016, marked the 184th birthday of American author Louisa May Alcott, best known for her literary classic Little Women. Taking place in New England during the Civil War, Little Women follows Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy–four ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott, Servant - JSTOR Daily

She's best known as the intrepid author of Little Women, a Yankee woman who drew on her life experiences to create one of literature's gutsiest and most lovable heroines, Jo March. But Louisa May Alcott was motivated by other life experiences, too ...and more »

Feminist and Little Women author Louisa May Alcott is celebrated in today's Google Doodle -

Today's Google Doodle celebrates the life of highly influential author Louisa May Alcott on what would have been her 184th birthday. Alcott was a feminist and suffragist who famously penned Little Women, as well as Little Men and Jo's Boys, and today's ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott: Five things you might not know about the author of Little Women - The Independent

The American novelist and poet - born in Pennsylvania in 29 November 1832 - is best known as the author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys. Here are five things you probably don't know about her: 1) She didn't actually ...and more »

Google Doodle Celebrates Louisa May Alcott's 184th Birthday - TIME

Google has rolled out a new doodle to celebrate what would have been the 184th birthday of Louisa May Alcott, the beloved U.S. author who penned the classic children's novel, Little Women. Alcott, a suffragist, abolitionist and feminist as well as a ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott Google Doodle Makes Us Want To Read 'Little Women' Again - Huffington Post

“I like good strong words that mean something,” Louisa May Alcott writes as Jo March in Little Women. With our current political climate, this quote from Alcott's iconic novel ― which is loosely based on her own childhood ― holds even more weight.and more »

Louisa May Alcott: a practical utopian from a divided US - The Guardian (blog)

In 1840, when an eight-year-old Louisa May Alcott moved with her family to the little town of Concord in Massachusetts, a fresh-faced idealism reigned over its bucolic lanes. A young Henry David Thoreau led a gaggle of the town's schoolchildren, Louisa ...and more »

Who was Louisa May Alcott? Little Women author celebrated with Google Doodle - The Sun

SHE'S considered one of the best-known female authors of all time and her iconic children's book has inspired millions. Louisa May Alcott based her characters in Little Woman on her own family and Google is commemorating her 184th birthday with a ...and more »