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Alcott

Louisa May. 1832--88, US novelist, noted for her children's books, esp Little Women (1869)
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Mr Alcott said he is particularly honoured to be named as the 2017 Patron, as this year commemorates the 25th anniversary of the introduction of IDPwD.
But after a "trial period" there, she discovered Mr Alcott was having affairs and brought the child back to the UK.
He said Ms Ashworth and Mr Alcott could be identified - but said the child must not be named in media reports.
Another influence on Alcott and Peabody was German Idealism namely initiated by Immanuel Kant.
From 1868-1900, during most of which time Alcott was still living (she died in 1888), both the author herself and her book drew American and increasingly international esteem, being celebrated on both sides of the Atlantic for, among other things, its Americanness.
Leer Mujercitas sin la posterior censura de los editores--empenados en no grabar suenos equivocados en las mujeres de la epoca--permite concebir su escritura como un acto fisico: un ejercicio funambulesco en el que Alcott se debate entre las concesiones al gusto de la epoca y la reivindicacion de su papel como autora.
4 Lucas Sithole in the round-robin phase of the event and slipping to a three set loss at the hands of Alcott, Lapthorne was due to meet Alcott again in the final before the Australian had to withdraw due to injury.
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Her forays into a variety of careers, including actor, seamstress, servant, and army nurse, were all experienced by Alcott herself.
CHEMMY ALCOTT won her final Super G title before retirement on Sunday as she finished top of the podium at the British National Championships in Meribel, France.
BRITAIN'S four-time Winter Olympian Chemmy Alcott has announced that she intends to retire from racing following the British Alpine Championships in April.