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Thomas Moore published a volume of amatory poems in 1808, under the name of Thomas Little. “When first I came my proper name was Little- now I'm Moore.” Hood: The Wee Man. …

Little Women

Louisa May AlcottContentsPlaying PilgrimsA Merry ChristmasThe Laurence BoyBurdensBeing NeighborlyBeth Finds the Palace BeautifulAmy's Valley of HumiliationJo Meets ApollyonMeg Goes to Vanity F…

Quotations by Women

From Golda Meir to Whoopi Goldberg Compiled by Ann Marie Imbornoni New Quiz: Try the Famous Quotations by Women quiz. I don't want to get to the end of my life and find that I liv…

Stephen Crane: What says the sea, little shell?

What says the sea, little shell? "What says the sea? "Long has our brother been silent to us, "Kept his message for the ships, "Awkward ships, stupid ships." "The sea bids you mourn, O Pines,…

Little Richard

Name at birth: Richard Wayne PennimanAlong with Elvis Presley, Little Richard helped define the wild side of early rock and roll with sexualized songs and outrageous behavior on stage. Little Richard…

Rich Little

Rich Littleimpressionist, comedianBorn: 11/26/1938Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Perhaps the most impressive work Rich Little has done in movies is that about which most people are unawar…

Rich Little

Rich Littleimpressionist, comedianBorn: 11/26/1938Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Perhaps the most impressive work Rich Little has done in movies is that about which most people are unawar…

Little Voice

Director/Writer: Mark HermanMiramax; R; 99 minutesRelease:11/98Cast: Jane Horrocks, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Caine and Ewan McGregor Little Voice is a spirited musical featuring the enormously …

Little John

A big stalwart fellow, named John Little (or John Nailor), who encountered Robin Hood, and gave him a sound thrashing, after which he was rechristened, and Robin stood godfather. Little Joh…

The Little Peasant

The Little Peasant There was a certain village wherein no one lived but really rich peasants, and just one poor one, whom they called the little peasant. He had not even so much as a cow, and …