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The novel is a sequel to L. M. Alcott's other novel "Little Women". This story follows the little girls into adult hood. There are autobiographical elements in the book as Jo's struggles in her writing career and other events are depicted. The novel created four most beloved women in American Literature.
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L. M. Alcott was an American novelist, known for "Little Women" (1868). Her work is known for freshness and realism. It is reflective of her sense of observation and ability to portray with eloquence.From AudioFile:
In the continuing story of the March sisters, the "little women" grow up and marry, providing much occasion for advice on how to be a "womanly woman," and focus on the pleasures of being poor. King renders a fully characterized reading of this period piece. She gracefully adjusts her voice to the many personalities and easily differentiates characters. Her dramatics accentuate the spirit of the text and invoke the days when reading aloud was a primary form of entertainment. E.L.C. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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