Little Women: The Laurence Boy by Louisa May Alcott
Just Sleep - Bedtime Stories for Adults
Struggling to fall asleep? Quiet your mind with the continuation of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. Published first in 1868, it follows the lives of four sisters - Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy. In this episode, Meg and Jo attend a party, and Jo spends some time with the "Laurence Boy".If you'd like to support the podcast, you can buy me a coffee here ------> buymeacoffee.com/justsleeppodIf you like this episode, please remember to follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favourite podcast app. Also, share with any family or friends that might have trouble drifting off. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Little Men by Louisa May Alcott ch 6 recital with added drama Cool Talking Books Tale Teller Club
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Our featured book from the Tale Teller Club this weekend continues with the counterpart to Little Women.Check out our online series for teens and adultswww.tale-teller.club/immersion#taletellersbookclub #mystery #adventure #comingofage #innocence #youngadults #talkingbooks #teens #englishliterature #love #fun #archive #publicdomain #creativecommons #freeshare #reading #recital #listenandlearn #love#freechildrenslibrary #books #onlinebooks #talkingbooks #study
Today's episode is on beloved 19th century author Louisa May Alcott. Irene, Alice and Jason, who between them have read the 1868 novel Little Women, watched the 2017 movie Little Women, and read a good number of Louisa May Alcott's letters, diaries and papers, discuss the times when fiction might be more honest than autobiography, the ways that gender identity and gendered social roles interact, and the appeal (or lack thereof) of cold baths. Thank you to our Patreons for voting on this episode! It was fun to research and record. Check out our website, where you can find out everything there is to know about Queer as Fact. If you enjoy our content, consider supporting us on Patreon, checking out our merch, and following us on Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook. [Image: Portrait of Louisa May Alcott; Wikimedia Commons]
Little Men by Louisa May Alcott ch 5 a recital with added drama Cool Talking Books at Tale Teller Club
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Think you know everything there is to know about Louisa May Alcott? Test your knowledge on this week’s mini episode as we chat with the hosts of the new Alcott mini-series podcast Let Genius Burn. Jamie and Jill are Alcott experts, and in our conversation they reveal five surprising things you might not know about Little Women’s famed author. Plus, Jamie will share secrets from her experience as an Orchard House guide, and we’ll clue you in on next week’s Lost Lady of Lit!
This week, Alison teaches Shan about Louisa May Alcott, author of Little Women and many other notable works. Support us on Patreon! http://patreon.com/vintagelespod Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on social media: https://twitter.com/VintageLesPod https://www.instagram.com/vintagelespod/ https://www.facebook.com/VintageLesPod/
A short biography of Louisa's life lays the groundwork for this series. Meet the hosts of Let Genius Burn and hear about why we believe Louisa May Alcott was a singular genius in her generation. This is Let Genius Burn.
Episode 6—Little Women: Louisa May Alcott Fangirls
The Cinema Silo Podcast
In revisiting a favorite story from childhood, the sisters discuss how Greta Gerwig’s 2019 adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's 1868 coming-of-age novel Little Women stands up to previous beloved versions, debate the casting choices, and breakdown her twist on a classic ending. ☂️🙌 📕
Ep 11: HerStory: Louisa May Alcott & Gloria Steinem
This week it's a chance to meet another childfree lady of the 1880's and a pioneer of feminism and women's rights activism. E-mail us with your favorite childfree women at email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/claimingzero)
Hey coconuts, In this instalment we go over the iconic novel written by Louisa May Alcott in the 1800s. Surprisingly though she managed to capture the trials of womanhood and coming of age so well, that the story still rings true in 2021. In this world we hear the tale of 4 sisters, each in her own way a strong and resilient. We learn about a mother or a matriarch who manages to keep her daughters motivated and humble throughout their lives. A story about brilliant little women. P.s The personality Meral mentions is "Aamna Isani" from Something Haute. Time Stamps 00:00 - 2:00 How was our week 2:00 - 6:50 Trip to History 6:50 - 8:30 Stealing the Kiswa 8:30 - 11:00 Baya + Louisa May Alcott 11:00 - 14:42 Books + shows 14:42 - 31:40 The March girls 31:40 - 37:20 Women rights 37:20 - 45:00 History of the Suffragettes + Rebel girls 45:00 - 55:15 Aurat March and the following controversy 55:15 - 57:00 Humans of Pakistan 57:00 - 1h03 Khalil-Ur-Rehman 1h03 - 1h08 Dubai 1h08 - 1h13 Friendships + What in our cup and story Love, Saman and Meral