Louisa May Alcott The Women Who Wrote Little Women by Julian Hawthorne

Check out this fascinating anecdote-rich article by an Alcott contemporary, Julian Hawthorne (son of Nathanial Hawthorne) Written in the 1920s he gives a unique perspective on the popularity of Little Women during the free-spirited flapper era. He also spills some gossip about he and Abby May. 🙂 Enjoy!


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4 Replies to “Louisa May Alcott The Women Who Wrote Little Women by Julian Hawthorne”

  1. Absolutely fabulous!
    Really enjoyed this personal experience/view by Hawthorne of Louisa and co. Thank You for the post.
    More of this type Please.

    1. Daniel Shealy has lots of these kinds of anecdotes in his book Alcott in Her Own Time. Sounds like I should focus on that book for a while and share more of these kinds of stories.

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