A Daughter's Place: The Intertextuality of Gene Stratton-Porter's <em>Laddie</em> and Louisa May Alcott's <em>Little Women</em>

  • Jane Goldstein

Abstract

Résumé: Cet article offre une lecture intertextuelle de deux romans populaires, Laddie de Gene Stratton-Porter et Les Quatre Filles du docteur March de Louisa May Alcott, dont les stratégies narratives sont semblables dans la narration historique. Summary: Gene Stratton-Porter's Laddie and Louisa May Alcott's Little Women are autobiographical family stories of historical narration. The two authors use many of the same devices, a situation that provides an opportunity to illuminate each text through parallel investigation.
Published
2007-07-23