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I just finished reading "Eden's Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father," by John Matteson. What an unusual and sad life she had. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda Goodman, Author/Storyteller/Playwright
For literary folks, this is great background information on an popular author and her family and associates. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent book. Gives new insight on the Transcendalist authors who lived within blocks of each other in Boston and Concord. An example of great writers inspiring each other.Published 3 months ago by Kathey L Holland
Further mining the fascinating relationship of Louisa and her father AlcottPublished 5 months ago by Linda Brockett
While there were many parts of this book that I thought did nothing to promote the story. Iit was quite interesting to discover how Bronson and Louisa blended with the other... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Amazing research. Quotes from so many private letters, written notes, ledgers, private journals, books----a fascinating story.Published 12 months ago by Elizabeth L. May
Beautifully told story of incredible people in an amazing time in our history.Published 12 months ago by stacey mayfield
Story is interesting, but the book didn't "grab" me. I found it a bit tiresome, finally, but would add that i did learn from it.Published 14 months ago by H.F. Patterson