Continuing to trace the steps of Little Women: Madeleine B. Stern’s brilliant analysis, part three: Can you tell what’s real and what is made up?

Little Women  has been called autobiographical because Louisa May Alcott used so many episodes from her own childhood and that of her family to create the story. But where does fact end and fiction begin? Or does it even work like that? Stern says, “Fact was embedded in fiction, and a domestic novel begun in …

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What’s your Louisa May Alcott IQ?

Think you know a lot about Louisa? Test your knowledge with these fun quizzes found at Fun Trivia. You will have a choice of three different ways to take the quiz (the questions are the same for all 3 choices). Click here to begin and let us know how you do! Are you passionate about …