Great Wives is Hard to Find

A charming sequel to Very little Women, Very good Wives requires the Mar girls three years upon. Meg is all about to marry, Jo is normally planning to launch a literary job and rein in her headstrong design, Beth has endured terribly right from scarlet fever, and Amy is growing up and maturing rapidly. Girls still have much to understand, but this time the lives are more severe. Louisa May possibly Alcott is very Victorian in her theories, emphasising the need for girls to become obedient, self applied governing and faithful to God. For some modern readers this can be a bit too preachy.

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This book was originally published in two quantities. The other volume was sometimes titled Tiny Women Engaged (Sampson Low) or Good Wives (Nisbet). The two volumes have become combined and released as one book.

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