Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott; while primarily a writer of adult fiction, is one of the most prominent writers of juvenile fiction today. Her biggest success was "Little Women" a series of novels captured perfectly the ideals and values of middle class domestic life in the 19th century. She is known also for her work in reform, advocating temperance and Women's suffrage.
<Tab/>Louisa was born in 1832 the daughter of Bronson Alcott: a transcendentalist philosopher and educator. She and her three sisters spent their childhood in perpetual poverty. However, they were fortunate to have as fr…
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