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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