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(1893)


From Comic Tragedies, written by 'Jo' and 'Meg' and Acted by The 'Little Women'.


"It was at this period of her life that she was violently attacked by a mania for the stage, and writing and enacting dramas. Her older sister, Anna, had the same taste, and assisted her in carrying out all her plans."--Mrs. Cheney's Life of Louisa M. Alcott.


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