The Journals of Louisa May Alcott
Little, Brown, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 356 pages
A companion volume to The Selected Letters of Louisa May Alcott, the journals are here published in their original, unabridged version for the first time. Entries which have previously been censored or altered are reinstated and corrected, providing a wealth of new material.
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Madeleine Stern is listed as "Associate Editor" of this book. She's an Alcott scholar who wrote a biography of LMA that was published in the 1950s and was reissued by Random House in 1996--and it ... Read full review
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The editors of this text have collected diaries, journals, and year-end "Notes and Memoranda'' and from them assembled a single continuous chronological record of Alcott's life from her first entry in ... Read full review