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Louisa May Alcott

The writer of Little Women Louisa May Alcott More Fun Stuff Little Women Characters HangmanLittle Men Characters Hangman Biography Louisa May Alcott Biography Mostly…

Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women, a novel for young readers that's been popular since its appearance in 1868. Born in Pennsylvania, she's most closely associated with Boston and Concord, Massachu…

Curious Collections

America's weird museums by Laura Hayes Arts & Entertainment | American History Gruesome | Medical Marvels | Curious Collections | Really Weird Science American His…

Curious Collections

America's weird museums by Laura Hayes Arts & Entertainment | American History Gruesome | Medical Marvels | Curious Collections | Really Weird Science American Histor…

Guiney, Louise Imogen

Guiney, Louise Imogen[1861-1920](4)Born at Boston, January 7, 1861. Educated in the private schools of Boston and the Sacred Heart Convent in Providence, Rhode Island. Her father, Patrick Gui…

Joseph STORY

STORY, Joseph, a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Marblehead, Mass., September 18, 1779; attended Marblehead Academy; was graduated from Harvard University in 1798; studied law; was a…

Louise Glück

Louise GlückpoetBorn: 4/22/1943Birthplace: New York City Glück tackles her subjects with an insightful, often disturbing honesty. In Ararat (1990), she powerfully and unflinchingly e…

Louise Erdrich

Louise ErdrichwriterBorn: July 6, 1954Birthplace: Little Falls, Minnesota With recurring characters and themes, Louise Erdrich's fiction is steeped in the American Indian cultures of North Dak…

Louise Erdrich

Louise ErdrichwriterBorn: July 6, 1954Birthplace: Little Falls, Minnesota With recurring characters and themes, Louise Erdrich's fiction is steeped in the American Indian cultures of North Dak…

Birds of America: Stories

Author:Lorrie MorrePublisher:Knopf Offbeat relationships are penned with dark wit and crisp clarity in this short-story collection. There's the mousy librarian who falls for an “anarchi…