March reminds us all of Louisa May Alcott. Full House, Fuller House…the house with the most longevity is the home of genteel poverty filled with the gentle spirits of the March family-Amy, Beth, Meg, Jo and Marmee. Little Women has never been out of print since its release in 1868 and and there have been many adaptations through the years.
We writers can learn much from Louisa May Alcott. To celebrate the Ides of March, here are 15 thoughts from a writer’s point of view about Little Women:
If only I kept all the promises I make, I should be the best girl in the world. But I don’t, and so I am very bad. Louisa May Alcott
Alcott created a new form of literature by combining elements of romantic and sentimental novels
Yes, writers, books change lives!
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