Little Women By Louisa May Alcott Analysis
She displays this throughout the story through her actions and her words. One of the first examples of this in the story was when Meg wanted her to look prim for a party. Jo had scorched her dress and stained her gloves. Meg’s clothes were, of course in perfect condition and Meg was not happy with Jo’s. Jo wanted for her and Meg to share Meg’s gloves. But, Meg did not like this plan but Jo was persistent and this is what happened. Later on in the story when Jo is first got into her writing she decides that writing is what she will do. She says “I think I shall write books and get rich and famous” (Alcott) This statement demonstrates her strong mindedness because she found a goal and declared that she will accomplish it. During the very end of the story when the whole family is gathered Jo makes a speech of sorts in which she goes right out and says “I may be strong minded”(Alcott). The author makes it clear throughout the story that this is one of Jo’s dominant traits. Louisa May Alcott’s Jo March is a very intriguing and round character. She is a very kind person but her stubborn attitude sometimes leads to conflict. She likes to do boy things and hates to be proper.
Jo March is a very interesting, strong minded, kind,