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Little Women (English Edition) par [Alcott, Louisa May]
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Longueur : 649 pages Word Wise: Activé Langue : Anglais

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Use a hankie as a bookmark tears are guaranteed --Marie Claire

Louisa May Alcott's Little Women is as much a part of every girl's childhood as her first pair of ballet shoes and the Brothers Grimm --Mail on Sunday

Six generations of readers have found in the story of the March family universal truths about girls, families and growing up --Guardian

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Following the lives of four sisters on a journey out of adolescence, Louisa May Alcott's Little Women explores the difficulties associated with gender roles in a Post-Civil War America.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 651 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 649 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1466465328
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0082Z1CVQ
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I had never read this book in its entirety. I believe that I must have read an abridged version for children when young. This is so much rounder and so much darker than the "children's version. I am glad I had the chance to fill in this gap in my reading.
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I enjoyed going back to the beginning of this series. The girls are growing up and suffering the pains of entering an adult world - just like every generation. I would recommend this to everyone, just to see how it was then...
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A book which one read when in school but which a group of Brits decided to read for Xmas. A lot of charm remains although too sentimental in places and very outdated. But one can't help shedding tears from time to time.
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HASH(0x96bdf618) étoiles sur 5 Classics are sometimes best 19 octobre 2012
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I read "Little Women" when I was in junior high school and I loved the book. I decided to re-read it and I am glad I did. So much fiction today is lacking in plot, character development, and thought, in short, this is good literature. This is one of the best books around for people of all ages. I so appreciate that the March family experienced the joys and pains of everyday living and handled both with dignity, spirit, and a genuine love for each other. Even though poor, the March family rose above it. So many lessons are taught in this book that young people, particularly, could benefit from reading it. I will add this to my reading list of books that I read every couple of years!
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HASH(0x96bdf66c) étoiles sur 5 A re-read for me 19 octobre 2012
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I managed somehow to never read this book as a youngster but corrected that when I was in my 20s. Since it had been so many years (about 30) and I was getting ready to read March by Geraldine Brooks, I wanted to go back and re-read this first novel.

As many other reviewers have said, this story starts off quite slowly and I was initially disappointed. It wasn't the book I remembered. Deciding to stick with it, I kept going and it picked up steam as it went along becoming the book I enjoyed previously.

I wonder how young girls react to this now when "The Hunger Games" and "Gossip Girl" seem to be the norm and are so vastly different from this. The early stages are sugary sweet and there is quite a bit of preaching on religion and morals throughout that might make the younger ones roll their eyes a bit. While it has largely aged well, it must be read for the time period in which it was written.

I am very glad I re-read it as an adult.
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HASH(0x96bdfaa4) étoiles sur 5 A true classic 22 octobre 2012
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I have loved this story since I was a little girl. It is like comfort food on a stormy day.
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HASH(0x96bdfa8c) étoiles sur 5 Castles in the Air 25 novembre 2012
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First, this is not a review of any abridged version of the book. That book is garbage, and you should not buy it, regardless of the illustrations.

Second, why is this book good? It's not particularly well written, for example. And there aren't a lot of deeper layers. Yet somehow it is good; but not just good. It's great. One of the great early American novels. So I guess it is the story itself, that of the timeless March sisters. Applicable to every family, every girl, and maybe every childhood. First fantasies, first loves, and first disappointments.

One of the things I like most about this book is the unpleasant turns it takes regardless of the reader's wishes -- thus reflecting life itself. We want Beth to recover, but she does not. We want Jo and Laurie to marry, but that doesn't happen. Or at least for neither to be complete without the other. But again, no. Life does not cohere like that, and neither does this story. The dead remain stark dead and the "true loves" find other loves that they ultimately find truer. And that is striking; very realistic, very wonderful. Also probably why this story works better than Little Men, which was not based as much on reality.

Some postscript notes: the earlier parts of the book are best, before we become depressed by the dual disappointments. It peaks when it tells about Beth's final days, that poor, gentle soul. I'm pretty hardened, but that got to even me -- well, a little, anyway.
HASH(0x96bdfe58) étoiles sur 5 A classic that never gets old! 7 juin 2016
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This is one one of my favorite books to read especially on a cold rainy day. Louisa May Alcott writing is so simple and beautiful and you can put yourself in each of the girl's shoes. Jo, of course is my favorite and it breaks my heart when she's sitting all alone after Beth died, wondering if she's just going to be an old maid. I think that rings a chord with everyone at one point of their life, man or woman. The thing that makes me read this book over and over again is how the characters grow. You start with them all young girls, dreaming of the future, hoping to be rich and then you watch as they grow up and realize having money isn't everything and to have a family who loves and supports you is worth all the money in the world. This book will never get old to me and I encourage all sexes and ages to read this book especially when you need a break from the world.
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