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A Complete list of Louisa May Alcott's works..

Hi,

Does anyone know where I can find a list of the complete writings of L. M. Alcott? If so please give me the link. Wikipedia only list a "selection".

I'd like to read all the ones written as Jo's stories as well as all the follow-ups to Little Women. Her shorts interest me also; I recently read "Lost in the pyramid" and would like to read more of them.

I'm not particularly well at the moment, so my concentration isn't good; Alcott's fairly easy writing is something I can cope with; I also like the homeliness of the Little Women stories.

(Recovering from another attack of labyrinthitis. I've had neutropenia - a low count of one type of white blood cell - for some time, but it's dropped to a dangerous level, so I'm a bit scared too. Homely books which are easy to read will help psychologically.)

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