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MonkeyNotes-Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
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CONFLICT

The primary conflict throughout the novel is the four March girls’ struggle with poverty in an area when so many of their friends seem to be very well off. Jo and Meg especially remember when they were able to associate with the richest people of society and were able to have nice things for themselves. Less pervasive but equally important conflicts involve issues of maturity and acceptance of the changes that occur between the teenage and adult years.

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