Little Men: Fife at Plumfield with Jo's Boys

Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle
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Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle
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Dec 31, 1872
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336
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Louisa May Alcott
INDEX
CHAPTER ONE
PLAYING PILGRIMS
CHAPTER TWO
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
CHAPTER THREE
THE LAURENCE BOY
CHAPTER FOUR
BURDENS
CHAPTER FIVE
BEING NEIGHBORLY
CHAPTER SIX
BETH FINDS THE PALACE BEAUTIFUL
CHAPTER SEVEN
AMY'S VALLEY OF HUMILIATION
CHAPTER EIGHT
JO MEETS APOLLYON
CHAPTER NINE
MEG GOES TO VANITY FAIR
CHAPTER TEN
THE P.C. AND P.O.
CHAPTER ELEVEN
EXPERIMENTS
CHAPTER TWELVE
CAMP LAURENCE
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
CASTLES IN THE AIR
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
SECRETS
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
A TELEGRAM
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
LETTERS
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
LITTLE FAITHFUL
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
DARK DAYS
CHAPTER NINETEEN
AMY'S WILL
CHAPTER TWENTY
CONFIDENTIAL
CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE
LAURIE MAKES MISCHIEF, AND JO MAKES PEACE
CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO
PLEASANT MEADOWS
CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE
AUNT MARCH SETTLES THE QUESTION
LITTLE WOMEN PART 2
CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR
GOSSIP
CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE
THE FIRST WEDDING
CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX
ARTISTIC ATTEMPTS
CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN
LITERARY LESSONS
CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT
DOMESTIC EXPERIENCES
CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE
CALLS
CHAPTER THIRTY
CONSEQUENCES
CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE
OUR FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT
CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO
TENDER TROUBLES
CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE
JO'S JOURNAL
CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR
FRIEND
CHAPTER THIRTY-FIVE
HEARTACHE
CHAPTER THIRTY-SIX
BETH'S SECRET
CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN
NEW IMPRESSIONS
CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT
ON THE SHELF
CHAPTER THIRTY-NINE
LAZY LAURENCE
CHAPTER FORTY
THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW
CHAPTER FORTY-ONE
LEARNING TO FORGET
CHAPTER FORTY-TWO
ALL ALONE
CHAPTER FORTY-THREE
SURPRISES
CHAPTER FORTY-FOUR
MY LORD AND LADY
CHAPTER FORTY-FIVE
DAISY AND DEMI
CHAPTER FORTY-SIX
UNDER THE UMBRELLA
CHAPTER FORTY-SEVEN
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Louisa May Alcott
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is a classic novel loved by adults and children alike.

Come laugh and cry with the March family.

Meg - the sweet-tempered one. Jo - the smart one. Beth - the shy one. Amy - the sassy one.

Together they're the March sisters. Their father is away at war and times are difficult, but the bond between the sisters is strong. The family may not have much money, but that doesn't stop them from creating their own fun and forming a secret society. Through sisterly squabbles, happy times and sad, their four lives follow very different paths, and they discover that growing up is sometimes very hard to do...

***PLUS a behind-the-scenes journey, including an author profile, a guide to who's who, activities and more...***

Louisa May Alcott wrote her first novel, The Inheritance, at age seventeen, but it went unpublished for nearly 150 years until 1997, after two researchers (Joel Myerson and Daniel Shealy) stumbled across the handwritten manuscript in the Houghton Library at Harvard University. Of course, Ms. Alcott is best known for a different novel, Little Women, which she wrote in two parts. The first volume, alternately titled Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, was published in 1868, and the second volume, Good Wives, was published in 1869. Like Jo in Little Women, Louisa also wrote many "blood and thunder" tales, which were published in popular periodicals of the day. She did not openly claim authorship for many of these Gothic thriller stories, however: for some, she used the pseudonym, "A. M. Barnard"; for others, she chose to remain completely anonymous.

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