Louisa May Alcott is most famous for her novel Little Women (1868–69), an autobiographical text about a cheery family of modest means. She also submitted work regularly to The Atlantic Monthly and published several short stories and other novels for youth. An American author who spent most of her childhood in Boston and Concord, Massachusetts, Alcott took influence from Emerson and Thoreau, but created an autobiographical story with an optimistic outlook to stand the test of time.
Top Notes: Cyclamen, Cherry Blossoms, Orange Flower
Middle Notes: Star Jasmine, Moroccan Rose Petals, Rainforest Bamboo
Base Notes: Hyacinth, Palm Leaves, Trailing Ivy
Size: 6 oz.
Dimensions: 3.125" L x 3.25" W x 3.5" H