"Little Women" (1868-1869) is the most famous novel by the American writer Louisa May Alcott.Today the work is considered a great classic of world literature for children. In fact, the American author, has touched in "Little Women" various themes such as that of the family (and how they reflect the parents' inseparations on their children) and that of the growth and inner transformation of children in the crucial transition from adolescence to adulthood. The whole work can be considered a true romantic novel."Little women" deals, specifically, with the crucial events of the life of four sisters (March , Meg, Jo, Beth e Amy). When their father is forced to leave for the front in the historical period of the American Secession war, they will be prematurely forced to take responsibility and face a variety of problems, sharpened precisely by the absence of their father...
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