He initially lives in Mrs. March's father, and admires their charitable works. While acknowledging the autobiographical basis of Little Women, MacDonald also shows how the work departs from factual details of Alcott family life. He realises that he has fallen in love with Jo.
Professor Friedrich Bhaer — A middle-aged, "philosophically inclined", and penniless German immigrant in New York City who was a noted professor in Berlin, also known as Fritz. Thus she finds the gentleness in Mr. Brooke and Meg are engaged by the end of Part One.
Later that day, Marmee encourages them to give away their breakfast to a poor family, the Hummels. Her primary purpose is to bring out the best in other characters. He is absent for most of the novel.
Chester — A well-to-do family with whom the Marches are acquainted. She wants a stable of Arabian steeds and a magic pen that will enable her to write things that will make her rich and famous so she can always take care of Marmee and her sisters.
Alcott suffered chronic health problems in her later years,  including vertigo. James Laurence — Laurie's grandfather and a wealthy neighbor of the Marches. She advises Jo to speak with forethought before leaving to travel to Washingtonwhere her husband has pneumonia.
While he espoused many of the educational principles touted by the March family, he was loud and dictatorial. Edited by Daniel Shealy, Madeleine B.
March's aunt, a rich widow.
She eventually realizes that her dream is impossible and unfair to her sisters. Laurie goes off to college, having become smitten by Jo. However, even though her sisters marry and live in other houses, Jo remains an active and daily part of their lives.
Jo Jo is the focal character of the novel and is the character in whom LMA visualized herself. Nevertheless, once the children arrive and she no longer has time for daily excursions with Sally, her wishes for a richer life style seem to be replaced by the happiness she finds in her husband and children.
In the story, she occasionally writes for therapeutic reasons especially when urged by another such as Marmee. She develops a passion for acting as she grows up.
Some editions listed under Little Women appear to include both parts, especially in the audio book versions. Ultimately, Amy is shown to work very hard to gain what she wants in life, and to make the most of her success while she has it.: When other activities and interests are available, her writing often gets set aside.
Three of the children die of scarlet fever and Beth contracts the disease while caring for them. She is a presence and a voice more than a person as there is not even a clear description of her appearance in the book. Chester — A well-to-do family with whom the Marches are acquainted.
Her "self-sacrifice" is ultimately the greatest in the novel. When the story begins, Jo is lying on the floor of the living room in their home.May 15, · LITTLE WOMEN LITTLE MEN JO'S BOYS By Louisa May Alcott.
Edited by Elaine Showalter. Illustrated. 1, pp. The Library of America. $ Little Women (Annotated with Biography of Alcott and Plot Analysis) - Kindle edition by Louisa May Alcott, Golgotha Press.
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Little Women is a novel by Louisa May Alcott that was first published in Louisa May Alcott (/ ˈ ɔː l k ə t, -k ɒ t /; November 29, – March 6, ) was an American novelist and poet best known as the author of the novel Little Women () and its sequels Little Men () and Jo's Boys ().
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