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Little Women - Part 2: Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 28 Summary

Since her bout with Scarlet fever, Beth has remained frail and now her spirits seem as weak as her body. Mrs. March confides in Jo that she is worried. Jo tries to find out what is troubling Beth. One day while she is observing her, Jo thinks she has figured out the problem.

Beth grows sad and even sheds a tear as she watches Laurie goes by outside the window. Jo is convinced that Beth has fallen in love with their neighbor. She decides at once that Beth and Laurie would make a good match and becomes determined to get herself out of their way.

Jo makes plans to go to New York for the winter and take a job as tutor. She tells her mother she wants to experience new things and to move away from Laurie, who is growing too fond of her...

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