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  • Angry old aunts are just the best, you need one in every book about families to make sure it doesn't get too nice

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      Little Women is the first book about the four March sisters, who live with their mother as their father is away, fighting in the war. It tells about how they all face different temptations while growing up, and how each of them must fight to overcome

      their character flaws to live up to the expectations of their mother and father.

      There is also comments on feminism, as Jo, the second eldest sister, is trying to come to terms with a society that doesn’t let her study or go to war to help her father.

      The book is a good mixture of seriousness and joy, as it also tells about how the sisters play, both alone and with their neighbor Laurie.

      Laurie and Jo get into all kinds of scrapes and have lot of fun playing theatre and inventing ...

      • Little women - Louisa May Alcott book
      their own games.

      All the March sisters are likeable characters.

      I don’t really have a favorite, as they all have bad and good sides making them seem like real people.


      March is a bit too good to be real I feel, but Aunt March is

      just great.

      Angry old aunts are just the best, you need one in every book about families to make sure it doesn’t get too nice.

      The book is well written and the pacing is very good, there’s is no stress but there’s also no dull moments.

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