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001    ocm39223688 
003    OCoLC 
005    20001219151916.0 
008    980526s1999    nyua     b    001 0 eng   
010       98026670 
015    GB99-13103 
019    40800444 
020    0815320493|qalkaline paper 
035    (OCoLC)39223688 
040    DLC|beng|cDLC|dUKM|dNOR|dSTJ 
043    n-us--- 
049    STJJ 
050 00 PS1017.L53|bL68 1999 
082 00 813/.4|221 
092    818|bA355YA 
245 00 Little women and the feminist imagination :|bcriticism, 
       controversy, personal essays /|cedited by Janice M. 
       Alberghene, Beverly Lyon Clark. 
264  1 New York :|bGarland Pub.,|c1999. 
300    liv, 440 pages :|billustrations ;|c23 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Garland reference library of the humanities ;|vv. 1974.
       |aChildren's literature and culture ;|vv. 6 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tCartoon: Little women: Meg, Amy, Beth, Jo and Marmee 
       face life in the '80s --|tWaiting together: Alcott on 
       matriarchy --|tLittle women: Alcott's civil war --
       |tIntroduction to Little women --|tReading for love: 
       canons, paracanons, and whistling Jo March --|t"The most 
       beautiful things in all the world"? families in Little 
       women --|tPortraying Little women through the ages --
       |tGetting cozy with a classic: visualizing Little women 
       (1868-1995) --|t"Queer performances": lesbian politics in 
       Little women --|tMen and Little women: notes of a 
       resisting (male) reader --|tIn Jo Garret: Little women and
       the space of imagination --|t"A power in the house": 
       Little women and the architecture of individual expression
       --|tProphets and the martyrs: pilgrims and missionaries in
       Little women and Jack and Jill --|tGreater happiness: 
       searching for feminist utopia in Little women --
       |tTransatlantic translations: communities of education in 
       Alcott and Brontë --|tLearning from Marmee's teaching: 
       Alcott's response to girls' miseducation --|tSongs to 
       aging children: Louisa May Alcott's March trilogy --
       |tAutobiography and the boundaries of interpretation: on 
       reading Little women and the Living is easy --|tAlcott in 
       Japan: a selected bibliography --|tSelected bibliography 
       of Alcott biography and criticism. 
600 10 Alcott, Louisa May,|d1832-1888.|tNovels.|kSelections. 
600 10 Alcott, Louisa May,|d1832-1888|xPolitical and social 
600 10 Alcott, Louisa May,|d1832-1888.|tWorks.|kSelections.
650  0 Feminism and literature|zNew England|xHistory|y19th 
650  0 Children's stories, American|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Domestic fiction, American|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Young women in literature. 
700 1  Alberghene, Janice M. 
700 1  Clark, Beverly Lyon. 
830  0 Garland reference library of the humanities ;|vvol. 1974. 
830  0 Garland reference library of the humanities.|pChildren's 
       literature and culture ;|vv. 6. 
994    01|bSTJ 
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