(Amos) Bron·son [bron-suhn], /ˈbrɒn sən/, 1799–1888, U.S. educator and philosopher.
his daughter, Louisa May, 1832–88, U.S. author.
a male given name.
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How to use Alcott in a sentence
In 2021, Alcott won the “golden slam” — all four Grand Slam tournaments plus the Olympics gold medal — as did the top women’s player, Diede de Groot of the Netherlands, who is 25.Why Older Athletes Are Thriving In Wheelchair Tennis | John Loeppky | January 25, 2022 | FiveThirtyEight
I'm reminded here of Louisa May Alcott's story about the children who put beans up their noses.
Her “conversations,” intimate talks based on literature, which Emerson and Bronson Alcott also gave, were apparently brilliant.Why Do Women Love Bad Men? A New Life of Margaret Fuller | Susan Cheever | March 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
That honor must surely go to the death of Beth in Louisa May Alcott's Little Women.Charles Dickens' Enduring Insights on Human Loss and Suffering | David Frum | February 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Susan Cheever is the author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, most recently Louisa May Alcott: A Personal Biography.
Her style is somewhat of a reminder of that of Louisa M. Alcott, but thoroughly up-to-date in plot and action.Ruth Fielding In the Red Cross | Alice B. Emerson
Oh, yes, and mother, they must go to Concord where Louisa Alcott lived.A Dear Little Girl's Summer Holidays | Amy E. Blanchard
Of no author can it be more truly said than of Louisa Alcott that her works are a revelation of herself.
It is therefore impossible to understand Miss Alcott's works fully without a knowledge of her own life and experiences.
Miss Alcott wished to have most of her letters destroyed, and her sister respected her wishes.
British Dictionary definitions for Alcott
Louisa May. 1832–88, US novelist, noted for her children's books, esp Little Women (1869)
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