Little Women Legacy: Reading Alcott’s New England in Old England with Caitlin Horne, Featured Author

The latest contributor to Alcott’s Imaginary Heroes, Caitlin Horne from across the pond. It’s wonderful to see how the novel has touched so many generations of women!

In this blog post series, we’ll feature contributing authors from our new anthology, Alcott’s Imaginary Heroes: The Little Women Legacy. Today we’ll catch up with Caitlin Horne, who dreams of doing “something very splendid” across the pond in the U.K.

Caitlin

Contributor Caitlin Horne reads Little Women in her picturesque English town.


What is your favorite scene from Little Women?

My favourite Little Women scene, probably because of how much I wish it would happen to me whenever I’m out somewhere I don’t want to be, is the iconic party scene in which Jo and Laurie first become friends and dance a polka out in the hallway. Much like Jo, parties are not my natural habitat by any means; whenever I’m stuck at some sort of dance that I’m not enjoying, part of me always dreams of hiding away from the music and accidentally discovering a best friend along the…

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