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Louisa May Alcott

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Louisa May Alcott, born in 1832 in Germantown, Pennsylvania, is widely known as the author of Little Women, in which she modeled the characters after herself and her sisters. Published in 1868, the book was a huge success and others followed. Alcott was instructed in writing throughout her childhood by her father’s friends and acquaintances Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Margaret Fuller. An interesting fact about Louisa May Alcott is that she was born on her father’s birthday and was buried on the anniversary of the day of his funeral. Alcott never married. Learn more fun and interesting facts about Louisa May Alcott by asking and answering questions about her life in this category.

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Louisa May Alcott died in Boston on 6 MARCH, 1888, 2 days after her father died. SHE DIED AFTER SHE DROVE TO HER RESIDENCE. SHE WAS BURIED IN SLEEPY HOLLOW CEMETERY ON 7 MARCH.
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Basically she wrote Girl Passionate books like Little Women a marvelous story she wrote
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She was given the calomel treatment for tuberculosis during her work in the Civil War hospitals, but you know how it was supposed to help her? Instead she suffered from mercury poisoning.and numonya
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Answer Louisa May Alcott was a writer back in the day. She wrote Little Women.
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Louisa Alcott wrote the poem sunlight at the death of her mother
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twenty eight books I think it was twenty nine
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Louisa May Alcott wrote 41 books in her lifetime
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Louisa May Alcott died on March 6, 1888 at the age of 55.
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There are about 4 published poems by Louisa May Alcott. The poems are included in her book titled Morning-Glories and Other Stories.
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When the American Civil War broke out, she served as a nurse in the Union Hospital at Georgetown, DC for six weeks in 1862-1863. She also became novelist for writing the book call Little Women.
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Little Women, Little Men, Jo's Boy's, Under the Lilacs, An Old Fashioned Girl, Eight Cousins, Rose in Bloom.
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Louisa May Alcott was born on November 29, 1832.
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Louisa May Alcott died in Boston 6 March, 2 days after her dad died.She died driving home to her residence.She was burred in sleepy hollow.
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No, but a book about her won a Pulitzer Prize.
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No, Louisa May Alcott never got married.
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Amos Bronson Alcott died in the year of 1888. He was 88 years old, and sick and bedridden at the end of his life.
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She died on November 25, 1877
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No because she never got married.....Search"Did Louisa May Alcott get Married?" or"Who was Louisa May Alcott's husband?"
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She was a writer
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Although she wasn't an atheist, she didn't practice any particular religion. She wrote this in her adulthood: "When feeling most alone, I find refuge in the Almighty Friend. If this is experiencing religion, I have done it; but I think it is only the lesson one must learn as it comes, and I am gla…
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The person that influenced Louisa May Alcott was her father because of his ideas as an inventor and a teacher. He was the one that taught her most of the stuff she knew.
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well she was an author, most famous for little women im pretty sure and her sisters inspired her to write little women
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Jon d alcott
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252 short stories
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Germantown, Philadelphia in Pennsylvania.
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Louisa May Alcott never had any of her own children, but she did adopt one of her nephews.
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Louisa May Alcott was born in Germantown, and Germantown is part of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She moved often as a child and lived in places like Boston and Concord, Massachusetts
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No. She had no children.However, she did look after her sisters daughter.Also, she adopted her nephew. Louisa May Alcott never had children because she wasn't even married!
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Germantown, Pennsylvania.
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Louisa May Alcott(November 29, 1832 - March 6, 1888) This great American novelist is unfortunately so.
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Louisa May Alcott (1832-1868) was an American novelist. Little women is very known.
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She wrote the novel Little Women.
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Anna Bronson Alcott, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, and Abigail May Alcott.
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sometimes Louisa May Alcott will write in her diary she also wrote the book little women
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Louisa May Alcott was born in Germantown Pennsylvania, and she moved to Boston six years later. There, Alcott's father, Mr. Bronson Alcott, and educator and a transcendentalist, opened a school. When things at the school didn't go quite right, the Alcott family moved to Concord, MA (in 1838). Louisa…
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-Louisa's favorite color was red.
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Their names were Anna Bronson Alcott (the oldest), Elizabeth Sewell Alcott (younger than Louisa), and Abigail May Alcott (the youngest)
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Her mother's name was Abigail May Alcott.
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As far as we know, no - In her time, marriage was the only fulfillment of romantic love. She was never married, because she thought that she wouldn't have an identity legally or economically if she did so. Also, she thought that she wouldn't be able to be a mother and still earn enough for a good li…
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Born November 29, 1832(1832-11-29) Germantown, Philadelphia, PA Died March 6, 1888 (aged 55) Boston, Massachusetts Pen name A. M. Barnard Occupation Novelist Nationality United States Writing period Civil war Subjects Young Adult stories Notable work Little Women
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SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Mr. Krabs, Pearl, Sandy, Larry, Plankton, Mrs. Puff, Bubblebass, King Neptune and Spongebob
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She never married.
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She died on December 29th because of child birth.
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Louisa May Alcott lived in America so she spoke English.
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She was born in Germantown,Pennysylvania and at a early age, Moved to boston,Massachusetts
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Waltzes? This has been really puzzling me too as I couldn't think what it might be! I have googled using many different terms and mostly got references to German political parties or German immigrants to America.Eventually however I conclude that "the German" is simply a waltz as it was the German …
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yes
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Love compassion
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A long-sleeved, modest dress, perhaps with a bonnet, would be a good Louisa May Alcott costume. You might want to study pictures of her online for more ideas.
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you will never now what her career was but if you look at her occupation it tells you that she is a novelist.
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No. Sally Benson proposed one in 1945 but it was never made.
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She moved to concord after she was 8 years old
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She didn't. Louisa May Alcott died in 1888, twenty-nine years before the Pulitzer Prizes were first awarded. Perhaps you refer to the 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner in Biography, Eden's Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father, by John Matteson, which looks at the family history of the au…
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I think this story is Louisa May Alcott's way of poking fun of the upper society of her day and its hypocrisy and superficial sophistication. In addition, it's a way to idealize African Americans (Hepsey). Finally, it's a way to illustrate the education of a young woman who has to give up some of he…
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Louisa May Alcott had three sisters. She was the second of four daughters: Anna Bronson Alcott, Louisa May Alcott, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, and Abigail May Alcott. Anna Bronson Alcott was the oldest; Elizabeth Sewall Alcott and Abigail May Alcott were the two youngest.
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Why don't you read the book and find out? We won't do your homework for you.
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She died at the age of 56 years old in Boston on March 6, 1888 of mercury poisoning that she got from the civil war.
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No. She never married.
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maybe. go check the library.
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Lousia May Alcott is a famous writer who writes books and poems.
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she lived in an orchard house
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as an adult ,alcott was and aboitionist and a feminist
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No I don't think she ever left Mass. In fact, when she was alive there wasn't a Florida it belonged to Spain.
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she lived in orchard house
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No. Louisa May Alcott never married.
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No, she did not write 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'. 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
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She was a nurse during the Civil War and came down with typhoid. The doctors prescribed her calomel, a 19th century drug known to have large amounts of mercury. The mercury in the drug slowly killed her and towards the end of her life, scientists believe that the mercury led to cancer, which killed …
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Elizabeth Sewall Alcott died of consumption, a common term at the time for tuberculosis, on March 14, 1858.
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Louisa never forgot about what was most important to her, her family.
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Her father taught her for a majority of her life.
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Louisa May Alcott was the Author of the Fictional classic "Little Women".
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Transcendental Wild Oats, Little Women, and Flower Fables
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louisa did get honors.
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She was a nurse
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She passed away on March 6, 1888, aged 55
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One famous "poem" is:It takes so little to make a child happy that it is a pityin a world full of sunshine and pleasant thingsthat there should be any wistful faces,empty hands,or lonely little hearts.Louisa May Alcott (November 29, 1832 - March 6, 1888)Little men
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Lousia may alcott did not have any children
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Louisa May Alcott is buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Concord. Her grave is on a hillside near that of Emerson, Hawthorne and Thoreau.This area is called Authors Corner.
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Louisa May Alcott is known to have said, "Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors!" This may imply that she did not receive formal higher education.
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Semen pudding. :D
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I'm pretty sure it is classical, like Mozart.
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Louisa May Alcott's father was Bronson Alcott, the famous transcendentalist thinker.
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No. She was a strong supporter of the abolitionist movement.
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Alcott was educated mostly by her father, a transcendentalist thinker, but at one point during her childhood went to a public school in Still River, Massachusetts.
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