I am pleased to have been interviewed for this story for BookTrib on the new Little Women movie plus previous adaptations:
Here’s a tease – the article is by Joanna Poncavage:
Young women of every generation, at some point, will stare at themselves in a mirror and ask: Who am I, who will I become? Their answers depend on their era, just as every generation that reads Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women will come away with different interpretations.
Lady Bird director Greta Gerwig’s newest, a Little Women film adaptation, opens on Christmas Day and captures the zeitgeist of today’s blunt conversations and instant social messaging.
Susan Bailey, whose blog, Louisa May Alcott Is My Passion, keeps the author’s influence alive, commented by e-mail on several of the novel’s most well-known adaptations. It’s a record of how our awareness, seen through the prism of an 1868 novel, has changed with the times. Click here to continue.
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