From BabyLit to Lusty Little Women: Age, Race, and Sexuality in Recent Little Women Spinoffs

@article{Clark2019FromBT,
  title={From BabyLit to Lusty Little Women: Age, Race, and Sexuality in Recent Little Women Spinoffs},
  author={Beverly Lyon Clark},
  journal={Women's Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={48},
  pages={433 - 445}
}
  • B. Clark
  • Published 19 May 2019
  • Art
  • Women's Studies
During the past five years, the afterlife of Little Women has witnessed few print items as memorable as those I discussed in The Afterlife of “Little Women” (2014): nothing comparable to, say, Gera... 

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