Today’s Saturday book review is Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott. Read from the point of view of young Jo March and she battles for her young and vibrant female voice in a male dominated 1800 world.
Little women is a tale of Jo March and her experiences in late 18th century America. As she strives to be a published woman in a male dominated world, Jo finds her voice as she shares everyday stories from her family’s life. Full of poignant memories, honest living, and everyday motivations, Little Women is a fantastic read filled with hope, wonder, and a wild drive of simple voices wanting to be heard.
On a personal note, I feel a close kinship to the character of Jo March. As she writes down stories at all hours of the day and night, burning with inspiration and yearning to put ink to paper. I feel the same intensity for my own stories, peppered with fears that all will availeth nothing.
More books by this author:
– Little Men
– Behind A Mask
– Under The Lilacs
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