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How is it then, Eve LaPlante asks in her engrossing biography, Marmee and Louisa, that we know so little about her? The short answer is that Louisa and her philosopher-educator father, Bronson Alcott, burned many of Abigail's papers after her death,
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, as Jason (of Argonauts fame) found when he dumped his wife Medea for a younger princess. No sooner has she killed his new bride with a poisoned dress than she murders their children to teach him a lesson...
Everett Collection / Rex Features "'Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents,' grumbled Jo, lying on the rug." And so begins Little Women and the tale of the March sisters: pretty, vain Meg, tomboy Jo, self-centred Amy and saintly little
Contributing writer Published November 26, 2010 Because she is playing Marmee, the wise and loving mother of four teenage girls in "Little Women," Jana Tyrrell has been thinking a lot about motherhood. Being a mother myself helps, said Tyrell of