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  • Writer's pictureKhushi Giri

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Updated: May 12, 2020

I have been meaning to get started with reading classics and I couldn’t get myself to finish a book cause some times of the language and sometimes cause of the time constraints.

I have been mad at this entire quarantine situation but I have tired my best to make the most of it.

I listened to the audiobook of little women when I was doing house chores like dishes or laundry but other than that, I was reading the ebook and I thoroughly enjoyed it and some places I rooted for wrong couples but it got okay and I was happy.

The story is about 4 sisters, Meg, Jo, Amy, and Beth. The story revolves about how they grow up and how they take care of themselves and each other and grow up to loving beautiful women.

How each of them picture what they want to do when they grow up and how they evolve and learn and live their happy lives respectively

This book shows you a family that loves and fights but falls through for each other every single time. They make some real good friends and welcome them into their families.

My favourite sister was Jo cause I relate to her in so many aspects from reading and writing to her tomboyish nature to her rigid side which can’t show emotions at all.

Fun Fact: When Joey & Rachel exchange books in an episode of friends and Rachel gives Joey a spoiler of this book. It was etched in my brain and it was major spoiler which told me about what was going to happen in the book which sucked.


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