A Biographical View of "Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott
A Biographical Interpretation of Little Women
The novel, Little Women, is an accurate symbol of nineteenth century ideals; however it serves as an even more precise glance into the life of its author, Louisa May Alcott. In fact, when delving into the realm of Alcott's real-life biography and into the novel itself, it is often difficult to separate fact from fiction. The main characters found in Little Women are clearly based upon Alcott and her family; moreover, the maternal instincts and internal struggles that Alcott shouldered during her lifetime can also be found within much of the s…
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