Was there ever a girl who read "Little Women" without mixed feelings when each daughter's story ended with marriage?
Imagine yourself, way back before then, reading "Little Women."
Next shall read Women in Love to see what happens on ahead.
We were the ones who read "Little Women" and wanted to be Jo.
When the bullies watches him reading a classic novel at school, they force him to read Little Women to them.
Mrs. Hawthorne announces that the girls will be reading Little Women and the first book club meeting ends.
Does anybody read "Little Women" any more?
One of them, Emily Krull, age 11, hadn't read "Little Women."
Maybe a chain of blasting caps over a nice banner that read Women and children first?
I read as much of the Psychology or Women Quarterly article as I could take.