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Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888

LC control no.n 79117152
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LC classificationPS1015 PS1018
Personal name headingAlcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888
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Variant(s)Alcott, Lou, 1832-1888
Alcott, Louy, 1832-1888
Alcott, L. M. (Louisa May), 1832-1888
Alcott, Louisa M. (Louisa May), 1832-1888
Alkūt, Luwīzā, 1832-1888
Aunt Jo's scrap-bag, Author of, 1832-1888
Aunt Kipp, Author of, 1832-1888
Author of An old-fashioned girl, 1832-1888
Author of Aunt Jo's scrap-bag, 1832-1888
Author of Aunt Kipp, 1832-1888
Author of Eight cousins, 1832-1888
Author of Hospital sketches, 1832-1888
Author of Kitty's class-day, 1832-1888
Author of Little men, 1832-1888
Author of Little women, 1832-1888
Author of Moods, 1832-1888
Author of Psyche's art, 1832-1888
Author of Work, 1832-1888
Barnard, A. M., 1832-1888
Eight cousins, Author of, 1832-1888
Hospital sketches, Author of, 1832-1888
Kitty's class-day, Author of, 1832-1888
Little men, Author of, 1832-1888
Little women, Author of, 1832-1888
Moods, Author of, 1832-1888
Old-fashioned girl, Author of, 1832-1888
Olʹkot, Luiza, 1832-1888
Psyche's art, Author of, 1832-1888
Work, Author of, 1832-1888
Олкотт, Луиза Мэй, 1832-1888
אלקוט, לואיזה מיי, 1832-1888
ألكوت، لويزا مي
ルイザメイオルコット, 1832-1888
アルコツトルイザメイ, 1832-1888
オルコツトルイザメイ, 1832-1888
Other standard no.Q185696
Biography/History noteLouisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an American novelist.
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1832-11-29
Death date1888-03-06
Place of birthPhiladelphia (Pa.)
Place of deathBoston (Mass.)
Field of activityFiction
Short stories
Profession or occupationAuthors
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Found inGulliver, L. Louisa May Alcott, a bibliography ... 1932.
nuc88-133929: Her Hospital sketches [MI] 1863 (hdg. on NNC-T rept.: Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888; usage: L.M. Alcott)
Jo's boys, 1983: t.p. (Louisa M. Alcott)
MWA/NAIP files (hdg.: Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888; usage: Louisa M. Alcott; author of Little women; author of An old-fashioned girl; author of Little men; author of Hospital sketches; author of Kitty's class-day; author of Moods; author of Aunt Jo's scrap-bag; author of Work; author of Aunt Kipp; author of Eight cousins; author of Psyche's art)
Wikipedia, Dec. 9, 2010 (Louisa May Alcott; b. Nov. 29, 1832 in Germantown (Philadelphia), Pa.; d. Mar. 6, 1888 in Boston, Mass.; American novelist)
Selected letters of Louisa May Alcott, 1995, via WWW, viewed April 20, 2022 (letters signed: Lou, Louy, Louisa, L. M. Alcott, L. M. A.)
Associated languageeng