Little Women Essay | Little Women

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Little Women

Summary: The novel Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is a story of love, kindness, and of being grateful of those you love and what you have. The strength of the March family enabled the four sisters to endure the tough, challenging situations that came their way.
The novel Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is a story of love, kindness and of being grateful of those you love and what you have. This is shown throughout the novel by the four young women: Meg (the oldest), Jo, Beth and Amy (the youngest). During the novel these little women face many challenges which is what helps them to grow to be the little wives that they become. However, without the love of their mother and father, they would never really be able to get through these challenges. It Is the strength of the whole family together that was what aided the girls to get through all the tough and challenging situations that came their way.

This story begins at Christmas time with the four March sisters; Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy. The girls are all pretty upset because they had to give up their Christmas...

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