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In the 150 years since the publication of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy have continued to speak to readers: sometimes comforting, sometimes challenging, always inspiring. In this anthology, fans across the world—writers, teachers, homemakers, religious scholars, stop-motion animators and ecologists—celebrate the March sisters’ lives and loves and, like Jo, put their own beloved “imaginary heroes” in the context of the modern world.
For readers who played dress-up with Meg at the Moffats’ party—
who smirked a little when Amy got busted for the pickled limes—
who cried when Beth died—
who are still wondering how Jo didn’t end up with Laurie—
this is for you.