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Louisa May Alcott PROFILE

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NameLouisa May Alcott
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BirthdateNovember 29, 1832
Death DateMarch 06, 1888
(died at age 55)
ZodiacSagittarius
BirthplacePhiladelphia, PA
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American author of the classic novels, Little Women and Little Men. She used the pen name A. M. Barnard early in her career and, in her later life, became a well-known feminist and abolitionist.

Before Fame

During her youth, she worked as a teacher, seamstress, governess, domestic helper, and writer to help support her family. As a child, she studied with naturalist author, Henry David Thoreau, as well as with her father.

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Her childhood experiences growing up in Massachusetts formed the basis of her novels.

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She was the second oldest of four daughters born to Abby May Alcott and experimental educator and prominent Transcendentalist, . She and her sisters-- Anna, Elizabeth, and Abigail-- were the inspirations for the fictional sisters (Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March) in Little Women.

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She grew up reading the literary works of family friend, Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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