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Watch Now. For unicorn fans! Dream on! She fell in love with her husband while discussing Transcendentalism! No wonder fans of Little Women are frequently taken aback when they read Little Men; we are witnessing Jo March failing to achieve her dreams. But why did Alcott choose to marginalise the March sisters?
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She was one of the first social workers in Boston to be salaried; she was fiercely proactive about helping the poor. Bronson as he preferred to be known was unable to find work as a teacher and so set up a series of schools with the help of wealthy family and friends. He believed that children and adults were equal, radical thinking for its time, and that their emotional and physical development was just as important as the spiritual.
It is often remarked that Little Women is surprisingly lacking in spirituality — the March family never go to church and Meg is married in the garden of the family home. The parents of Massachusetts were alarmed to find Bronson prioritising theological discussion, rather than dogma, with his pupils, and his views were generally considered subversive. Here Alcott fictionalised the school Bronson always wished to run but could not.