With the new adaption of Little Women movie coming this Christmas, I was feeling nostalgic and decided that why not put some thought on it. That will also keep my mind from overloading with the thought about the new movie. I read Little women in college as I was intruded to Louisa May Alcott quite recently. I relish children fiction considerably, so it was not something unexpected that I totally dig this novel.
The story revolves around March sisters. The author to be and tomboy Jo March, beautiful and graceful Meg March, spoiled little Amy March and their fragile Beth March. The story shows us their devotion to each other and their struggle to survive the Civil War in New England. Throughout the book, I keep on finding the love these sisters share for each other and how far they can go protect; their sisters. They do not have riches but they still know how to share with what little they have. It was expected during the civil war, people did struggle to keep on having even a neutral necessity. I admire their passion and earnestness toward their dreams, to have the courage to go through everything to achieve it, it was impressive.
The new movie is releasing on this Christmas. I am looking forward to re-read the book before watching the movie. The movie cast does seem promising with awards winning casts and some of them are my favourites, so it is likely for me to be a little enthusiastic about the movie. Here is the trailer of the new adaptation.
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