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KIRKUS REVIEW

For the student of his period, this Alcott Journal is essential source material. The Pulitzer award for Shepard's life of Alcott gives added impetus to the interest in the Journals, for schools and colleges and public libraries. Brief running notes, at beginning of almost every group of extracts makes this an important contribution to the biographical and critical literature on Alcott. The Journals themselves are now personal, now philosophical, now critical, now descriptive.

Publisher: Little, Brown