In the not too distant past, I explored two modern day Little Women graphic novel adaptations in the post Drawing Little Women: Graphic Novel Adaptations of Alcott. Both Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy and Jo take Alcott's characters and place them in a modern day setting exploring sisterhood, life, love, and growing up in ways … Continue reading Little Witches: Another Little Women Graphic Novel
It's not a big secret that I'm a pretty big fan of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. I've published poetry written in response to some of her works, reviewed a spinoff young adult novel, and visited her home of Orchard House multiple times. So when I saw, Jo: An adaptation of Little Women (sort of) … Continue reading Drawing Little Women: Graphic Novel Adaptations of Alcott
Louisa May Alcott's Little Women is one of my truest book loves. This is not a surprise to anyone, if you'll recall my January post about my visit to Orchard House: "A (Cold, Broke) Boston Girl’s Guide to “Little Women”. Side bar: I'm always happy to discuss Little Women (or any other Alcott works!) just drop … Continue reading Revising Little Women: “Jo & Laurie” by Margaret Stohl and Melissa de la Cruz
Now that I live in Boston for grad school and Greta Gerwig's 2019 adaptation of Little Women was just nominated for Best Picture, it seemed an ideal time to visit Concord and revisit Little Women.