Definition of Alcott
1. Noun. United States novelist noted for children's books (1832-1888).
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Literary usage of Alcott
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1. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1904)
"Of the latter, alcott was the marked gainer, and at the same time a loser, ... To Emerson's kindly interest and practical aid the alcott family were ..."
2. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"conversations, and before he had printed his works, Mr. alcott used to read, ... There is room for grave doubt whether alcott ever knew what some of them ..."
3. The Christian Examiner (1838)
"alcott. Why do I wish you to understand Jesus Christ 1 " JOHN B. Because Jesus ... alcott. What do we study and believe in, by studying and having faith in ..."
4. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1896)
"From 1840, the home of the alcott family was in Concord, Massachusetts, with the LOUISA M. alcott ..."
5. Contemporaries by Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1900)
"So close was the intercourse, for many years, between Mr. alcott and Mr. Emerson — so perfect their mutual love and reverence — so constant their ..."
6. Notes and Reviews by Henry James, Pierre de Chaignon la Rose (1921)
"Has Miss alcott proposed to herself to give her story a philosophical bearing? ... We regret to say that Miss alcott takes "Moods." By Louisa M. alcott. ..."
7. American Lands and Letters by Donald Grant Mitchell (1899)
"alcott of the Orphic Sayings. Among the helpers toward giving a proper transcendental tone to that quarterly, The Dial, of which I have spoken in connection ..."