Louisa May Alcott 's Beginnings And Family Life

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Gabby Middendorf Ms. Masur English 11/ Pd. 4 17 November 2014 Louisa May Alcott Outline Biography Intro. Thesis: Louisa May Alcott’s beginnings and family life were unpromising, but they influenced much of her writing and helped her become very successful later on in her life. Early years Influences Later years Works Summary Little Women Author Analysis Intro. Thesis: Louisa May Alcott’s stories describe the child’s path to virtue, have the similar moral of simplicity as the best path, and are drawn from Alcott’s childhood. Learning to become virtuous Stories drawn from childhood Similar moral of simplicity Recreation Explanation Intro. Thesis: The story mimics Alcott’s writing style in that both include the similar topic of transcendentalism, the similar theme of simplicity, and the topic is similar to Alcott’s main topic, namely, family. Transcendentalism Simplicity Topic of family Conclusion Gabby Middendorf Ms. Masur English 11/ Pd. 4 17 November 2014 Louisa May Alcott Biography Louisa May Alcott is one of many Romantic era authors. Her family was very close-knit, but they were very poor, and only when she was older did she make a substantial income. Her numerous works include Little Women, Jo’s Boys, and Hospital Sketches. Louisa May Alcott’s beginnings and family life were unpromising, but they influenced much of her writing and helped her become very successful later on in her life. Louisa May Alcott was born in Germantown, PA, on November
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