Louisa May Alcott "Little Women"

Louisa May Alcott "Little Women"

Louisa May Alcott "Little Women"

 

Louisa May Alcott

At Christmas the four March girls decide that they will all try hard to be good, and never to be cross, or lazy, or selfish again. Meg, the oldest, won't complain about her job or not having pretty dresses. Jo won't . argue and get angry and run wild like a boy. Shy Beth will try hard to be braver, and little Amy will think less of herself and more of other people.

They don't always succeed, of course, and sometimes there are arguments and secrets and angry tears. But there is also laughter and fun, and soon a new friend - Laurie, the rich and lonely boy next door.

Many troubles and difficulties lie in the year ahead - and the girls are growing up. Wild Jo hates the idea of being a polite young lady, but Meg will soon be seventeen, and ready to fall in love...

 

Text Analysis: Unique words: about 1,200 Total words: about 14,960
Hard words: complain, forgive, gossip, grow up, look after, perfume, picnic, play, print, servant, shocked, skates, telegram, toy, tutor, war, wicked, wine

 

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