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United States novelist noted for children's books (1832-1888)

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Bronson married Abigail ("Abba") May Alcott (1800--77), a descendant of Samuel Sewell, a judge at the infamous Salem witch trials.
Mr Alcott, a 42-year-old television director, argued that the child should stay with him Down Under.
The pair had been involved in an on-off relationship - with Ms Ashworth living in England with the child and Mr Alcott in Redfern, New South Wales, said the judge.
By the spring of 1826, Alcott came across the American Journal of Education issued in Boston in January 1826 by its Editor, William Russell (1826).
Aunque Mujercitas no se define autobiografica, Jo March--al estilo del "Madame Bovary c'est moi" de Flaubert--era realmente Louisa May Alcott.
Four-time Olympian Alcott will give up competition after the championships, keen for a rest after battling back from a broken leg she sustained last summer.
Alcott has also finished in the top 10 of a World Cup on five occasions and admitted it was a tough decision to end her race career.
BRITAIN'S Chemmy Alcott, having fought back from the third leg break of her career last August, was understandably delighted with her 19th-place finish in the Sochi 2014 women's downhill yesterday.
Marmee & Louisa: The Untold Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Mother
Fruitlands: The Alcott Family and Their Search for Utopia
Marmee & Louisa; the untold story of Louisa May Alcott and her mother.
Any collection strong in literary criticism, American literature or the works of Louisa May Alcott will want to add MY HEART IS BOUNDLESS: WRITINGS OF ABIGAIL MAY ALCOTT, LOUISA'S MOTHER.
MARMEE & LOUISA: THE UNTOLD STORY OF LOUISA MAY ALCOTT AND HER MOTHER provides an outstanding biography of Alcott's relationship with her mother and comes from the great-niece and cousin of Abigail and Louisa May Alcott.
The Cherry and Whites never panicked when they found themselves 16-12 down after Exeter hooker Simon Alcott scored the only try of a cracking match played on a slippery pitch and ending in pouring rain.
Exeter hooker Simon Alcott scored the game's only try as Burns unleashed a punishing kicking display.