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A is for Alcott, in The Revelation of Louisa May, by Michaela MacColl (book review)
Why does she have to run the household instead of writing? And keep their Underground Railroad stop functioning (and secret)? And discern a suitor’s true nature without her mother’s guidance? Yes, this is that Louisa May, author of Little Women and Little Men, as a teen tasked with keeping house for her sisters and philosopher father during the summer when her mother worked away from home to support the family, rather than writing. MacColl’s historical fiction about literary women, like Emily Dickinson in Nobody’s Secret (my recommendation here), is worth adding to your list. Which author or poet would you like to read more about? **kmm Book info: The Revelation of …