Set in a small New England community, the tale of the March family has remained enduringly popular since its original publication in 1868. The March daughters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, experience domestic trials and triumphs as they await their father's return from the American Civ... read full description below.
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|Library of Congress
||Domestic fiction, Autobiographical fiction, New England - Fiction, Sisters - Fiction, Young women - Fiction
||General & Literary Fiction
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This classic story of the March family women and their lives in New England during the Civil War has remained enduringly popular since its publication in 1868. Poor, argumentative, loving, and optimistic, the March sisters struggle to supplement their family's meager income and realize their own dreams. This highly autobiographical novel shows us women who are strong-minded and independent in their determination to control their own destiny. The introduction to this edition provides a fascinating history of the Alcotts, and a biographical history of Louisa Alcott's own struggles as a writer.
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