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Little Women (Signet Classics) av Louisa May…
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Little Women (Signet Classics) (utgåvan 2004)

av Louisa May Alcott

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Chronicles the joys and sorrows of the four March sisters as they grow into young ladies in nineteenth-century New England.
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Titel:Little Women (Signet Classics)
Författare:Louisa May Alcott
Info:Signet Classics (2004), Edition: Reprint, Mass Market Paperback, 464 pages
Samlingar:Read, DNF, Ditt bibliotek, Ska läsas
Betyg:*****
Taggar:12.16

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Three thoughts:

1. This was a lovely step back into childhood. I think that every "little" woman needs to read this book during their early teens. It makes life seem so normal, so non-threatening, so vast. Of course, the greatest creation is Marmee and her wisdom.

2. Much has been said by modern play- and screen- wrights about doing Jo a disservice, Louisa's copping out, etc. Perhaps Alcott did see it as such. But I, on the other hand, see Bhaer as one of her better creations. What a fortress... and did you catch the moments of doubt strewn throughout the pages? These moments, that were superseded by acts and thoughts of faith, were brilliantly realistic to me and probably deserve more viewing and less glossing over. But don't most adaptions of faith-filled books do that? And so we find religion, like less-savory parts of our history, censured out of our classics. This is a mild complaint, not approbation.

3. It's really hard to respect Bronson Alcott (and, therefore, Robert March-- even if she tries hard to make him sympathetic in the book. There's probably a reason that he's never quite fully formed). Really hard. It's likewise interesting to see the contrast in social opinions. In every Feminist book, Jo and Louisa are lauded as women ahead of their time, forerunners of the great equality that hasn't come yet. Women to be celebrated because they don't just want to settle down and have children. Yet, usually in the same book, Bronson is regarded as a freeloader, an oddball lazy man who refuses to work/support his family in the way that he should. Now I will support this statement-- he could have worked a bit more, paid less attention to young females, started less questionable compounds, and made life better for his long-suffering wife and daughters. But I don't think it is fair to require women to break the mold and chastise men for breaking theirs. Perhaps this attitude prevails because there was no other option for women... so men should be required to work. ( )
  OutOfTheBestBooks | Sep 24, 2021 |
I really enjoyed reading this book. It's definitely a wintery, Christmas-y read, which made me feel happy during the cooler weather as I read it. I've seen two movie adaptations, which were both pretty close to the novel, so I wasn't too surprised at any of the scenes in the book. It was nice, though, actually taking the time to read the book and seeing little scenes not in the movies, along with scenes that were cut short in the movies. I had a lot of fun reading it, and I do recommend it if you enjoyed any movie adaptation of Little Women. ( )
  historybookreads | Jul 26, 2021 |
Loved this book since I was little, possibly my all time favorite. Beth March is a character that has influenced me through my life...6th time. ( )
  mcsp | Jan 25, 2021 |
I can understand it if some reading this today consider it to be insufficiently woke, but I found it quite remarkable. It is a bit disappointing that the dreams of independence planted in the first part of the novel aren't fully realized in the second, but that supports the message that in the passage from childhood to adulthood something is inevitably lost. That message is timeless, and I haven't seen it done better then in Little Women.
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  fegolac | Dec 26, 2020 |
I've read Little Women countless times, but this is the first time I've read it since I got married. This time around, there are aspects of the human heart that just make more sense than they ever did before. ( )
  DrFuriosa | Dec 4, 2020 |
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