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'Heaven Bless Hashish,' Wrote 'Little Women' Author Louisa May Alcott - Civilized;

'Heaven Bless Hashish,' Wrote 'Little Women' Author Louisa May Alcott - Civilized

Civilized'Heaven Bless Hashish,' Wrote 'Little Women' Author Louisa May AlcottCivilizedNineteenth-century novelist Louisa May Alcott is best know for writing children's stories like Little Women. But the American author - who was born 184 years ago this week - also had a wild side. Well, the cannabis-munching characters in her adult ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott: Feminist and Abolitionist Author of 'Little Women' - Hall Of Fame Magazine;

Louisa May Alcott: Feminist and Abolitionist Author of 'Little Women' - Hall Of Fame Magazine

Hall Of Fame MagazineLouisa May Alcott: Feminist and Abolitionist Author of 'Little Women'Hall Of Fame MagazineLouisa May Alcott is the writer of the famous Little Women. This is an illustration included in the book. Louisa May Alcott is best known for her popular and enduring novel, Little Women and its sequel Jo's Boys. But she was not only an author of ...and more »

Remembering Poet and Noveslist Louisa May Alcott - Verge Campus (blog);

Remembering Poet and Noveslist Louisa May Alcott - Verge Campus (blog)

Verge Campus (blog)Remembering Poet and Noveslist Louisa May AlcottVerge Campus (blog)Louisa May Alcott is one of the most famous female poets and novelists of her time, known best for her book Little Women. In celebration of Alcott's 184th birthday, we will be exploring the author behind Little Women. Alcott grew up in Concord, Mass ...and more »

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

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

Huffington PostLouisa May Alcott Google Doodle Makes Us Want To Read 'Little Women' AgainHuffington 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 »

If Louisa May Alcott were alive today, these are 4 social justice issues she'd care about - Mic;

If Louisa May Alcott were alive today, these are 4 social justice issues she'd care about - Mic

MicIf Louisa May Alcott were alive today, these are 4 social justice issues she'd care aboutMicLittle Women author Louisa May Alcott's 184th birthday is the subject of today's Google Doodle. In her obituary, the New York Times focused solely on the work that made her a household name, insisting that "her fame rested chiefly on her first ...and more »

How Louisa May Alcott won the hearts of generations to come - Christian Science Monitor;

How Louisa May Alcott won the hearts of generations to come - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorHow Louisa May Alcott won the hearts of generations to comeChristian Science MonitorThe famed author, suffragist, and abolitionist is remembered on what would have been her 184th birthday. By Christina Beck, Staff November 29, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. The doodle was created by artist Sophie Diao and portrays characters from ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott: 5 Things To Know About 'Little Women' Author & Google Doodle - Hollywood Life;

Louisa May Alcott: 5 Things To Know About 'Little Women' Author & Google Doodle - Hollywood Life

Hollywood LifeLouisa May Alcott: 5 Things To Know About 'Little Women' Author & Google DoodleHollywood LifeThe November 29 Google Doodle celebrates the 184th birthday of Louisa May Alcott, the author of 'Little Women'. The 1868 novel is undoubtedly one of the most important works of literature of all time. Learn more about the prolific author after the jump! 1.and more »

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

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

TIMEGoogle Doodle Celebrates Louisa May Alcott's 184th BirthdayTIMEGoogle 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 Gets a Google Doodle - GalleyCat

Louisa May Alcott Gets a Google DoodleGalleyCatGoogle has created a Doodle to celebrate the author behind the Little Women series, Louisa May Alcott. This year would've been her 184th birthday. Here's more from the Google Doodle website: “Alcott volunteered as a nurse during the American Civil War, ...and more »

5 Reasons Louisa May Alcott Is Still A Badass In 2016 - image.ie;

5 Reasons Louisa May Alcott Is Still A Badass In 2016 - image.ie

image.ie5 Reasons Louisa May Alcott Is Still A Badass In 2016image.ieFamed author Louisa May Alcott's 184th birthday is being celebrated today. We know this because Google has chosen to mark the day with one of their famed 'doodles' and because she wrote one of the most beloved books of all time, Little Women. But did ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott Google doodle marks 184th birthday of 'Little Women' author - Search Engine Land;

Louisa May Alcott Google doodle marks 184th birthday of 'Little Women' author - Search Engine Land

Search Engine LandLouisa May Alcott Google doodle marks 184th birthday of 'Little Women' authorSearch Engine LandDesigned by doodler Sophie Diao, the artwork pays homage to the March sisters -- Beth, Jo, Amy and Meg. Amy Gesenhues on November 29, 2016 at 7:55 am. More. louisa-may-alcott-doodle. Today's Google doodle honors author Louisa May Alcott on the ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know - Heavy.com;

Louisa May Alcott: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know - Heavy.com

Heavy.comLouisa May Alcott: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowHeavy.comLouisa May Alcott is being celebrated with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 184th birthday. (Sophie Diao/Google). Louisa May Alcott, the author of Little Women, is being celebrated with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 184th ...and more »

Creating Google doodles that 'Surprise & Delight': 5 Questions with Doodler Sophie Diao - Search Engine Land;

Creating Google doodles that 'Surprise & Delight': 5 Questions with Doodler Sophie Diao - Search Engine Land

Search Engine LandCreating Google doodles that 'Surprise & Delight': 5 Questions with Doodler Sophie DiaoSearch Engine LandOffering a behind the scenes glance at the doodle team in action, Diao shares what she appreciates most about her work. Amy Gesenhues on November 29, 2016 at 9:30 am. More. Earth Day 2016 Google Doodle, designed by Sopie Diao. Today's Google ...and more »

Feminist and Little Women author Louisa May Alcott is celebrated in today's Google Doodle - Wired.co.uk;

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

Wired.co.ukFeminist and Little Women author Louisa May Alcott is celebrated in today's Google DoodleWired.co.ukToday's Google Doodle celebrates the life of highly influential author Louisa May Alcott on what would have been her 184th birthday. ADVERTISEMENT. Alcott was a feminist and suffragist who famously penned Little Women, as well as Little Men and Jo's ...and more »

Google doodle honours Louisa May Alcott - The Hindu;

Google doodle honours Louisa May Alcott - The Hindu

The HinduGoogle doodle honours Louisa May AlcottThe HinduHonouring Louisa May Alcott, Google's doodle on Tuesday is an illustration depicting her best known work, Little Women. A feminist, suffragist and abolitionist, Alcott grew up amongst intellectuals such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne and ...and more »

Louisa May Alcott Google Logo - Search Engine Roundtable

Louisa May Alcott Google LogoSearch Engine RoundtableToday on the Google home page is a special Google logo or Doodle for the 184th birthday of Louisa May Alcott. Louisa May Alcott was a novelist, most well-known for her title Little Women published 1868. The book was both loved and criticized in its time.and more »

Google celebrates the 184th birthday of Louisa May Alcott with Doodle - UPI.com;

Google celebrates the 184th birthday of Louisa May Alcott with Doodle - UPI.com

UPI.comGoogle celebrates the 184th birthday of Louisa May Alcott with DoodleUPI.comGoogle celebrates author, suffragist, abolitionist, and feminist Louisa May Alcott on what would have been her 184th birthday. Photo courtesy of Google.com. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29 (UPI) -- Google is celebrating what would be Little Women author Louisa ...and more »

Google Doodle celebrates 'Little Women' author Louisa May Alcott - Times of India;

Google Doodle celebrates 'Little Women' author Louisa May Alcott - Times of India

Times of IndiaGoogle Doodle celebrates 'Little Women' author Louisa May AlcottTimes of IndiaBorn on November 29, 1832 Louisa is best known for her iconic children's book 'Little Women' which is based on her own family; while she was also a feminist and fought for abolishing slavery. Google Doodle celebrated her 184th birth anniversary on ...and more »

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

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

The Guardian (blog)Louisa May Alcott: a practical utopian from a divided USThe 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 »

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

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

The IndependentLouisa May Alcott: Five things you might not know about the author of Little WomenThe IndependentThe 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 »