Louisa May Alcott's Little Women

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Louisa May Alcott was an amazing women. Her life was full of every obstacle a person could think of but yet she still was able to get over each and every one of them. From being a women to being extremely impoverished, she overcame them all. Not only did she overcome them but she made something great out of them , Little Women. Even though I have never read this book , reading about Louisa’s life make me want to spend some time reading it. She portrayed her life and everything that made Louisa , Louisa and not only in Little Women but every book , poem or journal she wrote. She has inspired many young women in not only the nineteenth century but in today 's world. I really enjoyed researching about her life and how she was a strong very brave …show more content…
This book is a “ coming of age” story about four young women; Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy. The story takes places during the Civil War while the girls father is away in the war and there mother is caring for them. Throughout the story the girls learn many lessons on wealth, selflessness, and working hard. Louisa creates these character in a very relatable way that makes almost any reader feel connected. Louisa based the girls after herself and her sisters. She is able to depict the perfect picture of the nineteenth century girl and also push her ideas about women …show more content…
Little Women in today’s world is an American classic for all people especially girls. Her life story might not be well known but it is defiantly displayed through her stories. She was able to not only display her life but her belief and morals in her stories. I feel this is a major reason why they are so loved because people can feel her in the writing. My mom told me while I was researching, that Little Women was her favorite book as a girl. Her favorite character was Jo because of her desire to be what women would not normally be and stepping out of the constants of society. Louisa easily fit this character and is the reason why it was beloved by so many women around. She demonstrated how women can step out and be individuals not only through her stories but in her own personal

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