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"little Women" by Lousia May Alcott

Summary: Little Women written by Louisa May Alcott, is the story of the March family and their friends and neighbors. It describes the period of time during which the four young March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, develop from young girls into "Little Women." The story is set in Concord, Massachusetts during the Civil War.

Little Women written by Louisa May Alcott, is the story of the March family and their friends and neighbors. It describes the period of time during which the four young March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, develop from young girls into "Little Women." The story is set in Concord, Massachusetts during the Civil War. The girls live with their mother, "Marmee," while their father is serving as a Union chaplain in the Northern Army. The absence of their father makes life for the girls very difficult, but also helps them to learn to be independent. During the book, the March sisters become acquainted with their neighbor, Theodore, "Laurie," Laurence, his tutor, Mr. Fred Brooke, and his grandfather. Each of the girl's different personalities work together to make Little Women a very interesting book. Though it has many characters, the protagonist of...

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