A Marble Woman

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  • Paperback
  • 279 pages
  • A Marble Woman
  • Louisa May Alcott
  • 19 December 2017
  • 0380726777

About the Author: Louisa May Alcott

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A Marble Woman A collection of short thrillers that were originally published under a pseudonym offers insight into Alcott's diversity as a writer and includes the title story about an orphan's coming of age in a sinister house. Reprint. PW. Free Read [ A Marble Woman ] author [ Louisa May Alcott ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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9 thoughts on “A Marble Woman

  1. Laura says:

    From BBC Radio 4 Extra Recently orphaned Cecilia Stein turns up at the door of a large gothic mansion, home to genius sculptor Bazil Yorke Jilted by the child s mother many years ago, Yorke decides to use the daughter to punish the sins of the mother.Sexual repression, opium addiction and love collide in Louisa May Alcott s Gothic tour de force dramatised by Lavinia Murray.Starring Bill Paterson as Bazil Yorke, Amanda Root as Cecil Stein, John McArdle as Germain, Charles De Ath as Alfred, Sar From BBC Radio 4 Extra Recently orphaned Cecilia Stein turns up at the door of a large gothic mansion, home to genius sculptor Bazil Yorke Jilted by the child s mother many years ago, Yorke decides to use the daughter to punish the sins of the mother.Sexual repression, opium addiction and love collide in Louisa May Alcott...

  2. Alex Roma says:

    There are a lot of reviews of these stories not on goodreads but in general that will basically say This will TOTALLY CHANGE how you view Louisa May Alcott or It s so different from Little Women But really, I wasn t much surprised by this book Yes, Little Women is a warmer story and it s kind of a sapfest I say that with love, because it s one of my favorite books and Jo March is forever one of my favorite characters , but IN Little Women, it talks about the thrillers that Jo wrote to There are a lot of reviews of these stories not on goodreads but in general that will basically say This will TOTALLY CHANGE how you view Louisa May Alcott or It s so different from Little Women But really, I wasn t much surprised by this book Yes, Little Women is a warmer story and it s kind of a sapfest I say that with love, because it s one of my favorite books and Jo March is forever one of my favorite characters , but IN Little Women, it talks about the thrillers that Jo wrote to get by when she was starting out as an author Alcott confirmed multiple times that Jo is basically a fictionalized version of herself These stories, then, are basically those thrillers that Jo wrote You can imagine it so clearly, Jo up at three in the morning writing the scene of Cecil and Germain sailing through a storm, or Sybil attempting to break out of an insane asylum However, if you do have some gentle, moral and somewhat prudish mental image of Louisa May Alcott then I would def...

  3. Kate K. F. says:

    Louisa May Alcott is best known for the Little Women books but at one point she was a writer who had to pay the bills To do that she wrote thrillers with Gothic themes and exotic European settings In this, the second collection of her unknown works, her stories are reads reminiscent of Poe and Conan Doyle with touches of the supernatural and human frailty The introduction is the true find of this collection as Madeline Stern writes about how Alcott put her own writing struggles into the role Louisa May Alcott is best known for the Little Women books but at one point she was a writer who had to pay the bills To do that she wrote thrillers with Gothic themes and exotic European settings In this, the second collection of her unknown works, her stories are reads reminiscent of Poe and Conan Doyle with touches of the supernatural and human frailty The introduction is the true find of this collection as Madeline Stern writes about how Alcott put her own writing struggles into the r...

  4. Kristi says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The title story, involves an artist keeps his young ward the daughter of his former love imprisoned within his mansion, as he crafts an angelic likeness of her in his tower studio Celica must suppress all passion and feeling with opium, as her wayward desire for love and affection arouses his jealousy The story has pseudo incestuous undertones, in the sensual love between a guardian and his ward This is one of the sensational stories collected in this volume, which were originally published The title story, involves an artist keeps his young ward the daughter of his former love imprisoned within his mansion, as he crafts an angelic likeness of her in his tower studio Celica must suppress all passion and feeling with opium, as her wayward desire for love and affection arouses his jealousy The story has pseudo incestuous undertones, in the sensual love b...

  5. Julieb says:

    Gotta love those 19th century mysteries without the gratuitous hard to take violence in modern thrillers.

  6. Valine says:

    I have had this book for years and read it multiple times Great book of short stories thrillers.

  7. May says:

    An entirely different side of Louisa May Alcott It was interesting to see a devious quality in her writing.

  8. Ariel says:

    I love stories that can catch me up in some way and I certainly became enmeshed in Alcott s blood and thunder stories I m very glad to have done so.

  9. Meme says:

    Louisa May s stories for grownups written to help support her family Very Bronte esque Fun and fascinating to read.