Great Wives is Hard to Find

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A charming sequel to Small Women, Good Wives requires the March girls three years upon. Meg is approximately to get married, Jo is usually planning to launch a literary job and anständig in her headstrong character, Beth has endured terribly from scarlet fever, and Amy is growing up and maturing rapidly. The ladies still have much to learn, but this time the lives are worse. Louisa May Alcott is incredibly Victorian in her theories, emphasising the need for girls to be obedient, self applied governing and faithful to God. For a few modern visitors this can be a bit too preachy.

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This book was formerly published in two volumes. The other volume was sometimes entitled Minor Women Wedded (Sampson Low) or Good Wives (Nisbet). The two volumes are combined and circulated as one book.