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Louisa M Alcott born 29 November 1832 in Pennsylvania USA, wrote one of the most timeless of all children's classic. Little Women has sold millions of copies over the years and was an immediate success on publication, and was reprinted ad nauseum for years. The money provided some much needed relief for the family who had lived in penury for some time. In all but a couple of cases the American editions precede the English, that said they are far more common, due to the large print runs. Collectors seeking first editions don't have an easy task, though not an impossible one. Books do turn up and many cost less than one might think, certainly a potential collector with a reasonable budget can make quite a dent in her canon of work.
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Title   Date Notes
Moods Routledge 1866  
Little Women Sampson Low 1868  
Good Wives Ditto 1869  
Hospital Sketches .. Ditto 1870  
An Old Fashioned Girl Ditto 1870  
Little Men Ditto 1871  
My Boys Vol 1 Ditto 1871  
Shawl Straps Ditto 1873  
Cupid and Chow Chow Ditto 1873  
Something to Do Ward Lock 1873  
Fireside and Camp Stories Ditto 1873  
Work Sampson Low 1873 Two volumes
Eight Cousins Ditto 1875  
Beginning Again Ditto 1875  
Silver Pitchers Ditto 1876  
A Modern Mephistopheles Ditto 1877  
Rose in Bloom Ditto 1877  
Under the lilacs Ditto 1878 Originally in 11 parts
Jimmy's Cruise in the Pinafore Ditto 1879  
Jack and Jill Ditto 1880  
An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving Ditto 1882  
Proverb Stories Ditto 1882  
Spinning Wheel Stories Ditto 1884  
Lulu's Library Ditto 1886  
Jo's Boys Ditto 1886  
A Garland for the Girls Blackie 1888  
Recollection of My Childhood Days Sampson Low 1890  
Comic Tragedies Ditto 1892 as Jo and Meg

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