Little Women, Strong As Hell

91+1FZn0QGL._SY445_I have seen lately two adaptations of Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” and have enjoyed the story very much. Granted I am not much of a reader so I am learning more from the TV and Movie presentations I have seen. What strikes me is this story is about strong women taking care of business and family during the Civil War era. It also is a reminder of how good Men have had it in terms of social advantage and status.

Women in my mind are strong and fierce. They know how to survive. The little women of this story are truly giants who want to make contributions to family and the world. They survive by relying upon one another and do whatever they can to make their family thrive under the circumstances of the time.

Women are strong as hell and these women in this story prove it. Sure they have their moments of vulnerability and tragedy but it can only make them stronger. One thing these women can do is love strongly, which is inspirational. I appreciate this story reminding the world that if given an opportunity women rarely miss their shot in life.

2 thoughts on “Little Women, Strong As Hell”

  1. I watched the new adaptation of Little Women myself recently, and enjoyed it fairly well. I found some differences between it and the original novel, but still it was nice to see the classic story on the screen again.

    If you think you might be interested in reading the book this month, or anything by the author Louisa May Alcott… well, I hosting a READING CHALLENGE on my blog during June. Stop by to check it out! >>
    http://inthebookcase.blogspot.com

    Blessings,
    Tarissa

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