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.
May 12, 1868  |  649 pages
(Rated on Jan 3, 2017)
Grade: B    (switch to numeric scale)
L/E Ratio: 50% Literature, 50% Entertainment
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Writing Quality:
Low High
Originality:
Low High

Addictiveness:
Low High
Movie Potential:
Low High

Re-readability:
Low High
Sequel Potential:
Low High
Comment:
I don't know what I could say about this that other have not said. Yes, the girls are superbly "goody-goody", and though they have flaws, they improve on them. There's no real antagonist, it's a bit dated regarding women's roles (well, in once sense; one could argue that actually it reveals Alcott's feminism quite strongly too)... but you know what? It was very pleasant to read. Really, it practically puts a smile on your face :]