Eden's Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father

by John Matteson | Biographies & Memoirs | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0393333590 Global Overview for this book
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Journal Entry 1 by wingeponine38wing from Winchester, Massachusetts USA on Friday, November 18, 2011
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Publication Date: November 17, 2008

"An amazing story [told] with clarity and intelligence ... colorful and insightful."—Martin Rubin, Los Angeles Times
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Biography

Louisa May Alcott is known universally. Yet during Louisa's youth, the famous Alcott was her father, Bronson—an eminent teacher and a friend of Emerson and Thoreau. He desired perfection, for the world and from his family. Louisa challenged him with her mercurial moods and yearnings for money and fame. The other prize she deeply coveted—her father's understanding—seemed hardest to win. This story of Bronson and Louisa's tense yet loving relationship adds dimensions to Louisa's life, her work, and the relationships of fathers and daughters.
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Journal Entry 2 by wingeponine38wing at Winchester, Massachusetts USA on Saturday, November 19, 2011

Released 8 yrs ago (11/18/2011 UTC) at Winchester, Massachusetts USA

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Journal Entry 3 by Poobah1 at Lake Elmo, Minnesota USA on Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Ohhhhhhh! Thank you, Thank you, eponine38!!!! What a fun little Thanksgiving package. Thank you for the wishlist book, towel, pins, cute leaf notepad and bookmarks. I really appreciate your thoughfulness.

I truly look forward to reading this book. I'm a fan of Louisa May Alcott and know she had an interesting upbringing with her father and his intellectual friends.

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