Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth are four young women enduring hardships and sharing adventures in Civil War New England. As they progress towards womanhood, the four very different characters strive to achieve their personal ambitions in love, in work and in family life. Each learns important lessons.
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Love. Tragedy. Sisters
Growing up in New England during the Civil War, the March sisters share everything - their joys and troubles, their loves and secrets. But the four girls couldn't be more different. Meg, the oldest, is the sensible writer. Jo is funny and mischievous. Beth is the shy, dreamy one, and Amy is pretty and artistic.
From dances to despairs, through weddings and funerals, the March girls stand as sisters.
This is one family you will never forget.
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