Little Women Book Chat

Let’s chat about the book, Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. Which of the March sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy – was your favorite as a kid? Which one were you the most like? Has any of that changed now that you are an adult?  Sound off in the comments!

 

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  1. Growing up, I loved Beth. I was a musician too and really loved how sweet and shy she was but as the oldest sister out of four girls who loved being lady – like and domestic, I also really identified with Meg too.

  2. My all-time fav book. I still have the hard cover copy I got for Xmas when I was abt 8. I liked Beth too. I felt bad for her. She never got to grow up. Yrs later I wrote a novel, CONCORD. A young lady time-travels to 1862 & is adopted by the Marches. When Beth falls ill, my heroine saves her, and the two are both interested in the same man, a handsome Civil War hero.

    • That sounds so cool, Ginger. It’s funny but I read a book series by Jasper Fforde – The Thursday Next series – where there is a policing force inside the “Book World” called Jurisfiction that works to prevent people from changing the plots of books and they said that there were always people trying to save Beth so I guess you are not alone in that impulse.

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