3 thoughts on “A working girl in New York: Louisa M Alcott’s Good Wives

  1. I found Professor Bhaer a great disappointment when I was, what, 10 – although later I rationalised that Jo was a strong and off-beat personality whom a conventional partner wouldn’t have suited. Also he is a refugee and is bringing up his nephews. But alas, still boring – and hairy.

    By coincidence I’ve just been reading Katy whom I adore. I only borrowed Clover and In the High Valley from the library, so I look forward to being reminded about them.


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