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The 4 March sisters--Meg, Amy, Beth, and feisty Jo--share the thrill and sorrows of growing to be up whereas their father is away at warfare. The relations is negative in worldly items, yet wealthy in love and character.  

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Jo’s eyes sparkled. It used to be nice to have a chum think in her. “What’s your mystery? ” requested Jo. “I may possibly get into hassle for telling you this,” stated Laurie. “But i do know the place Meg’s misplaced glove is. ” Meg’s glove used to be nonetheless lacking. It hadn’t been within the put up place of work. And it wasn’t anyplace in the home. “Is that every one? ” requested Jo. “That’s no longer a lot of a mystery. ” “It is whilst I let you know the place. It’s in Mr. Brooke’s pocket. He’s been sporting it in his pocket for months. Isn’t that romantic? ” requested Laurie. “It’s disgusting! ” acknowledged Jo. “I want you hadn’t informed me. ” “I concept you’d be pleased,” stated Laurie. “How may well i love a person disposing of my Meg? ” requested Jo. “No, thanks! “You’ll be happier whilst anyone involves take you away,” acknowledged Laurie. “I’d prefer to see somebody try,” acknowledged Jo. “So could I! ” laughed Laurie. “Race with me down this hill, and you’ll believe larger. ” the 2 acquaintances raced like wild horses. Jo’s hat flew off. Her hairpins scattered in the back of her. Jo stopped on the backside of the hill. Her cheeks have been pink. Her hair was once a large number. simply then Meg got here alongside, dressed for corporation. She were traveling Sallie Gardiner. “What on this planet are you doing the following? ” Meg requested Jo. “Collecting leaves,” stated Jo. She quick picked up a handful. “And hairpins,” stated Laurie. He had a handful of Jo’s scattered hairpins. “You’ve been working back, haven’t you, Jo? ” acknowledged Meg. “When will you cease romping like a boy? ” “Not till I’m stiff and previous and feature to exploit a cane,” stated Jo. “Don’t attempt to make me develop up prior to my time, Meg. It’s difficult sufficient to have you ever swap so abruptly. permit me be a tender lady so long as i will be able to. ” “Where have you ever been? ” requested Laurie. “At the Gardiners’,” stated Meg. “Sallies been telling me all approximately Belle Moffat’s marriage ceremony. It was once fabulous. they usually have long gone to spend the wintry weather in Paris. How pleasant that needs to be! I do envy Belle. ” “If you care loads approximately riches, you won’t are looking to marry a bad man,” acknowledged Jo. This concept happy her, considering that she knew Mr. Brooke was once bad. the following weeks Jo acted surprisingly. She rushed to the door while the postman rang. She used to be impolite to Mr. Brooke every time they met. She might stare at Meg unfortunately. Then she could leap up, run over, and kiss her. One morning Jo got here in with the newspaper. She threw herself at the couch and pretended to learn. “Anything fascinating? ” requested Meg. “Nothing yet a story,” stated Jo. “It doesn’t quantity to a lot, i assume. ” “Read it to us! ” begged Amy. “Who wrote it? ” Beth requested whilst Jo complete. “Your sister,” Jo stated, with a grin. “You? ” cried Meg, losing her stitching. How excited every body used to be! Beth skipped and sang for pleasure. Amy had rules for Jos subsequent tale. And Mrs. March beamed with delight. “Maybe sometime i'll earn my dwelling as a author! ” stated Jo. That used to be Jo’s dearest want, to earn her dwelling as a writer—and to aid the women. This released tale looked like step one towards Jo’s dream. bankruptcy 9 mom is going to Washington “November is an uncongenial month,” stated Meg. She stared bleakly out the window. “That’s the explanation i used to be born in it,” acknowledged Jo.

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