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Born in 1832 in Germantown, Pennsylvania into a poor family, author and poet Louisa May Alcott received part of her education from family friends Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Best known for her novel Little Women, Alcott shows a different side of herself in this collection of short stories. This audiobook presents the opportunity to explore Alcott’s take on other subjects in a different discipline. These stories, read for you by Patricia Rodriguez, Richard Mitchley, Eve Karpf, and Ghizela Rowe, reveal a multifaceted and lesser-known - yet equally enjoyable - Alcott.

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  • Saffron Walden, United Kingdom
  • 21-02-13

Not as good as it could/should be

Not a great selection of her short stories. I would highly recommend getting the complete collection in a book format, as there are some cracking stories, quite unlike Little Women et al, which are fantastic.