By: Louisa May Alcott
Favorite Quote and Passage
My favorite passage is a specific part of the story when Beth and Jo have a conversation. This is because it shows the true bond that her and her sisters have. They all truly love each other. In the conversation Beth gives a good analogy about each sister and their similarities with a different kind of bird.
Marmee is the mother. She is mentally very strong and always there for her daughters. She takes care of them well even with her husband off at war.
The rich boy that lives next door. Laurie is attractive and soon draws the heart of one of the March girls.
Amy is the youngest. She throws ridiculous fits because of her young age but tries to improve herself for her family. She is very artistic and enjoys nice things and new clothes.
Josephine is the second oldest March daughter. She is like a tomboy and has a very bad temper.
Beth is the 2nd youngest. She is very quiet but does enjoy music and books.
Meg is the oldest March daughter and is very mature. She looks after and takes cares of her siblings. She has a very nurturing personality.