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Louisa May Alcott: Little Women / Good Wives / Little Men Louisa May Alcott: Little Women / Good Wives / Little Men

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In Little ​Women when we first meet the family, they are very poor and Mr March is far away in the army. Meg, the eldest, is sixteen when the story begins. Jo is fifteen, „tall, thin and brown”, her hair is her one beauty. Beth, at thirteen, is shy and peaceful, rarely disturbed, while Amy, the youngest, is rather vain, and, in her own opinion, „a most important person”. As the story develops we enjoy reading about the way the girls enjoy their lives in spite of their poverty; they meet 'the boy next door', who becomes a great friend, and his tutor Mr Brooke.

Good Wives begins with a wedding, the war is over, and the March family has changed, but is still together. By the end of this book we have seen Meg coping with her own home and the birth of her children. Jo has been to New York where she meets Professor Bhaer. Amy, too, marries.

Little Men shows how the girls' families develop, how their lives change and how, in particular, Jo and… (tovább)


Dean, 1992
656 oldal · keménytáblás · ISBN: 9780603550553 · Illusztrálta: Alexa Rutherford

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