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Chapter 16: Letters

Summary

Marmee has gone to Washington to be with Mr. March. Mr. Brooke sends them word every day and soon is able to tell them that their father has improved. Most of the chapter is comprised of a round of short letters in which everyone sends a greeting and speaks of the happenings at home from his or her own point of view.


Notes

Each family member along with the Laurences gets a brief voice in this chapter. Laurie tries to be crazy-and succeeds. Mr. Laurence is serious and concerned. Meg and Hannah are both motherly although Meg’s voice is more dignified. Beth is typically self-sacrificing, writing only a little so the others have a chance to write more. Jo is down-to-earth and casual, even writing with a little slang. She also includes a light-hearted poem. And Amy addresses her mother in French although her punctuation throughout her paragraph is horrible.

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