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1 Louisa May Alcott Hospital Sketches (Bedford Series in History & Culture)
Boston Bedford/St. Martin's 2004 0312260288 / 9780312260286 Paperback New 
Several years before Louisa May Alcott created Little Women (1868), her most well known novel, she worked as a nurse at a soldiers’ hospital in Washington, D.C., during the Civil War. Drawing on that experience, Alcott wrote Hospital Sketches (1863), a vivid account that offers rich insights into women’s wartime roles, the shocking conditions in soldiers’ hospitals, the lives of the soldiers themselves, and the racial prejudice of the time. Part of a vast outpouring of popular Civil War literature published during the conflict, Hospital Sketches tells us much about mid–nineteenth-century literary culture and the ways in which the war was re-created in literature for the reading public in the North. Alice Fahs’s introduction supplies biographical, literary, and historical context for Alcott’s work. Illustrations, a chronology, questions for consideration, and a selected bibliography add to the volume’s value. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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2 Louisa May Alcott Kate's Choice
Tulsa, Oklahoma River Oak Publishing 2001 1589196635 / 9781589196636 Hard Cover As New Very Good C. Michael Dudash 
A rediscovered Louisa May Alcott literary treasure is set to follow in the footsteps of The Quiet Little Woman. From Little Women to The Inheritance, Louisa May Alcott has charmed generations of fans for more than 150 years. Her unrivaled legacy includes this rediscovered gem that begins... "According to her father's wish, Kate was to live for a while with the families of each of her four uncles before she decided with which she would make her home. All were anxious to have her, one because of her money, another because her great-grandfather had been a lord, a third hoped to secure her hand for the son of a close friend, while the fourth and best family loved her for herself alone. "They were worthy people, as the world goes-busy, ambitious, and prosperous; and every one, old and young, was fond of bright, pretty, generous Kate. Each family was anxious to keep her, a little jealous of the rest, and very eager to know which she would choose. "But Kate surprised them all by saying." Kate's Choice has been updated for the modern reader by Stephen W. Hines, a writer and researcher who has discovered lost classics like Little House in the Ozarks by Laura Ingalls Wilder. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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3 Louisa May Alcott Little Men
New York, New York Puffin Classics 2004 0140367136 / 9780140367133 Trade Paperback Good 

Price: 1.80 USD
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4 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
New York Grosset & Dunlap Publishers 1982 0448110199 / 9780448110196 Trade Paperback Good 
Previous owners name is inside front cover. 
Price: 1.80 USD
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5 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
New York Grosset & Dunlap Publishers 1999 0448060191 / 9780448060194 Pictorial Hard Cover Very Good Louis Jambor 
Previous owners name is on first blank page. 
Price: 2.48 USD
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6 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
New York Book-of-the-Month Club 1994 Hard Cover Used As New Very Good Jessie Willcox Smith 

Price: 3.00 USD
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7 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
New York NY Scholastic, Inc. 2000 0439101360 / 9780439101363 Trade Paperback Very Good 

Price: 1.80 USD
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8 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
Philadelphia PA. Courage Books 1995 1561385662 / 9781561385669 Hard Cover Good Fine 

Price: 2.25 USD
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9 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
Pleasantville, NY Reader's Digest Association, Inc. 1975 0895772094 / 9780895772091 Hard Cover As New Louis Jambor and Hodges Soileau 
A very nice looking book, beautifully bound. 
Price: 2.70 USD
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10 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
UK Parragon Publishing 2004 1405437723 / 9781405437721 Hard Cover As New Very Good Kate Aldous and James McGairy 

Price: 2.70 USD
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11 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
New York Barnes and Noble Books 2000 0760720002 / 9780760720004 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 

Price: 2.70 USD
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12 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
New York, NY Barnes & Noble 2004 076075084X / 9780760750841 Cloth Very Good Very Good 
Complete and unabridged 
Price: 2.50 USD
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13 Louisa May Alcott Little Women
New York Alfred A. Knopf 1994 0679436421 / 9780679436423 Hardcover Very Good Fine 
Louisa May Alcott's beloved tale about Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy is presented in a beautiful Everyman's Library Children's Classics edition. The story of the four sisters' dreams, quarrels, and romances are brought to vivid life in this edition that features full cloth binding in bold, bright colors; silk ribbon marker and headband; two-color illustrated endpapers and illustrations throughout. A brief biography of Alcott is also included. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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14 Louisa May Alcott Little Women (Courage Literary Classics)
Philadelphia, PA Running Press 1995 1561385662 / 9781561385669 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
The four March sisters--Meg, Amy, Beth, and feisty Jo--share the joys and sorrows of growing up while their father is away at war. The family is poor in worldly goods, but rich in love and character. 
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15 Louisa May Alcott Little Women (Family Classics)
Boston, MA Boston Globe 2005 2874272191 / 9782874272196 Hard Cover As New 
Louisa May Alcott published many books, but "Little Women" remains her most beloved literary creation and holds a special place in the annals of American literature. Alcott's charming stories, warm and human characters, and unerring sense of timing for both comedy and tragedy make the heroines of "Little Women" come alive. 
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16 Louisa May Alcott The Abbot's Ghost: A Christmas Story
Nashville,TN Elm Hill Books 2005 1404186158 / 9781404186156 Hard Cover Used Like New 
Maurice Traherne is wrongly accused of fraud and gambling and must play a careful hand if he is to win his love, Octavia, from the grasp of other, less honorable men and retain the trust of those who had faith in him. Traherne is temporarily crippled saving the life of his well-born friend, Jaspar. Thus, Jaspar is assured of inheriting his father's estate, but it is expected that Traherne will inherit great wealth as gratitude for saving the heir. But--surprise!--on the death of Jaspar's father all are shocked to learn that Traherne has been disinherited: the will has been changed at the last minute and only the suffering Traherne knows why but won't tell and then he falls in love with Jaspar's sister, the fair Octavia. However, Octavia is forbidden to marry, as Traherne is penniless. 
Price: 2.50 USD
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17 Louisa May Alcott The Inheritance
New York Dutton Books 1997 0525457569 / 9780525457565 Hard Cover Very Good 

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18 Louisa May Alcott The Quiet Little Woman: A Christmas Story
Tulsa, OK Honor Books 1999 1562926160 / 9781562926168 Hard CoverVery Good Very Good Good 
Louisa May Alcott's Lost Christmas Treasure"If someone would only come and take me away! I'm so tired of living here I don't think I can bear it much longer," Patty cries. Patty's life in an orphanage is a dark world with little hope, beauty, or love. Even after a family finally does come for Patty, it is only because they need a servant. But there is one person who does care about Patty. And soon Patty's life will never be the same!Honor Books is pleased to present Louisa May Alcott's newly discovered literary treasure as a book publishing first!In the 1870s, Louisa May Alcott made friends with five earnest fans of her best-selling "Little Women." The young Lukens girls had written to Miss Alcott telling her that they were so inspired by the examples of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, that they, too, were launching their own literary publication.Soon the Lukens girls received a very special gift-a Christmas story from Miss Alcott about a lonely orphan girl who finds a family to love her. Following its publication, the story stayed in an old magazine until many years later, a reader chanced upon it. Now its available to Alcott fans once again, released by Honor Books for the very first time as a stand-alone volume.You will cherish this enchanting tale filled with quiet moral lessons in which orphan Patty finds her heart's desire . . . and you will find heartwarming inspiration for filling your own life with more love. 
Price: 2.50 USD
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