Geraldine Brooks

"The Washington Post" has chosen March by Geraldine Brooks as one of its "Editor's Picks" for best novels of the summer. They describe the novel as: "Brooks's novel conflates Bronson Alcott, Louisa May's father, with the errant Yankee chaplain, Mr. March, who serves in the Civil War during most of Little Women . Not really a biography or a companion to Little Women, March is a wholly original and engrossing story about a man whose lofty principles are scorched by his

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