How "Little Women" Got Big

How "Little Women" Got Big

From Simone de Beauvoir to Stephenie Meyer, the world that Louisa May Alcott created has been an inspiration for generations of female writers. When a publisher asked Louisa May Alcott to write a "girls' story," she wrote about the only girls she knew, her sisters.

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