Moods
EAN13
9791041823444
ISBN
979-10-418-2344-4
Éditeur
CULTUREA
Date de publication
Nombre de pages
178
Dimensions
21 x 14,8 x 1 cm
Poids
239 g
Langue
anglais
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"Moods" is a novel written by American author Louisa May Alcott, first published in 1864. This early work of fiction by Alcott explores themes of love, courtship, and the choices that women face in relationships and in life.
The story follows the main character, Sylvia Yule, a passionate and independent young woman, as she navigates the complexities of love and relationships. Set in a New England village, the novel delves into the emotional and moral dilemmas faced by its characters as they grapple with societal expectations and personal desires.
While "Moods" is less well-known than Alcott's more famous work "Little Women," it still offers a thoughtful and nuanced examination of women's roles and the choices they make in the 19th century. It reflects Alcott's early exploration of feminist themes and the complexities of human emotions and relationships.
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