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100 1  Alcott, Abba May,|d1800-1877. 
245 10 My heart is boundless :|b[writings of Abigail May Alcott, 
       Louisa's mother]|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|c[edited 
       by] Eve LaPlante. 
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511 1  Read by Patrick Lawlor, Justine Eyre. 
520    Little Women's "Marmee" is one of the most recognizable 
       mothers in American literature. But the real woman behind 
       the fiction-Louisa May Alcott's own mother, Abigail-has 
       for more than a century remained shrouded in mystery. 
       Scholars believed that her papers were burned by her 
       daughter and husband, as they claimed, and that little 
       additional information survived.Until now. When Abigail's 
       biographer and great-niece Eve LaPlante found a collection
       of letters and diaries in an attic trunk and began 
       exploring the Alcott family archives, a window opened onto
       the life of this woman who has for too long been hiding in
       plain sight. These discoveries, and others, inform 
       LaPlante's groundbreaking new dual biography, Marmee and 
       Louisa, a companion volume to My Heart Is Boundless. No 
       self-effacing housewife, Abigail was a passionate writer 
       and thinker, a feminist far ahead of her time. She taught 
       her daughters the importance of supporting themselves and 
       dreamed of a day when a woman, like a man, could enjoy 
       both a family and a career.Here at last, in her own words,
       is this extraordinary woman's story, brought to the public
       for the first time. Full of wit, charm, and astonishing 
       wisdom, Abigail's private writings offer a moving, 
       intimate portrait of a mother, a wife, a sister, and a 
       fierce intellect that demands to be heard. 
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600 10 Alcott, Abba May,|d1800-1877|vCorrespondence. 
600 10 Alcott, Louisa May,|d1832-1888|xFamily. 
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651  0 New England|xSocial life and customs|y19th century. 
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