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A restless tomboy with a wild imagination, Jo March bridles against societal conventions. She has no interest in becoming a lady; she will become a writer. Fortunately for Jo, her family supports her ambitions and understands her eccentricities. With their father serving as a chaplain in the Union Army and little money coming in, Jo and her three sisters work hard to help their mother keep the household afloat.
Immensely popular from the day it was published, Little Women struck a chord with generations of young American women, demonstrating that women can pursue their dreams freely without compromising their values.
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About Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott (1832–1888) was the second of four daughters of Abigail May Alcott and Bronson Alcott, the prominent Transcendentalist social reformer.
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