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You’ve read Little Women before. Perhaps you read it every year and you’re thinking of mixing it up just a little this year. Here are some ideas … Continue reading
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Twenty years after the first time I read Little Women, I’m still discovering new things within it that astonish me. I re-read this beloved classic for the Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge and have been struck afresh by things I hadn’t fully comprehended about Beth March until now – things that challenge me as to what true beauty is. Continue reading
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The woman behind Little Women is a brilliantly written and deeply researched biography that neatly straddles the line between empathy with the various people who appear and rigorous consideration of the historical, social and economic contexts they navigated. Continue reading
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As those who’ve read The Courtship of Jo March have probably worked out, I have a penchant for alternate histories, parallel universes… Thus the books on this list explore some of the worlds of Little Women – books I hope to read for the Louisa May Alcott reading challenge. Continue reading