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Donna M. Campbell Amlit: Authors

Alcott, Louisa May

Louisa May Alcott  (November 29, 1832 – March 6, 1888)
Bronson Alcott November 29, 1799—March 4, 1888)

Louisa May Alcott

 

 

Works Available Online Bronson Alcott

Ralph Waldo Emerson: An Estimate of his Character and Genius: in Prose and Verse
Rebecca Harding Davis’s memories of meeting Hawthorne, Bronson Alcott, and Louisa May Alcott from her 1904 memoir Bits of Gossip. From the Legacy 19th-century American women writers site.
Sonnets and Canzonets (1882; HTML and SGML at Michigan; note–this link doesn’t work since Michigan has changed its site again),
Record of Mr. Alcott’s School, Exemplifying the Principles and Methods of Moral Culture (3rd ed., revised; 1874) by Elizabeth Peabody. Page images at the Making of America site.

Louisa May Alcott \

Eight Cousins (HTML at Bibliomania)
Little Men (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)

 “Aslauga’s Knight” by Friedrich de La Motte Fouque (mentioned in Jo’s Boys)

The Mysterious Key, and What it Opened (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
 Rose in Bloom (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
Behind a Mask: or, A Woman’s Power. Full text at the University of Virginia.
“The Brothers.” Atlantic Monthly (November 1863)
“Debby’s Debut.” Atlantic Monthly (August 1863)
“A Modern Cinderella” (1860)
Flower Fables (1854)
Hospital Sketches.  The complete text from A Celebration of Woman Writers.
Little Women (1868-9) Hypermedia edition at the University of Virginia’s Crossroads site (1995).

“Love and Self-Love.” Atlantic Monthly (March 1869)
The Mysterious Key, and What it Opened  (from A Celebration of Woman Writers)
“Perilous Play”
“Scarlet Stockings” from the University of Virginia’s E-text Center
Links to poems
An Old-Fashioned Girl (1870) at the Celebration of Women Writers page.
“An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving” from  Eldritch Press.Alcott Collection at the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.

 

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