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  1. Eight Cousins or The Aunt-Hill - Louisa May Alcott - 1876 If you loved the Little Women books, you certainly will be tempted to read this one. I liked it but it certainly isn't a match to the earlier books by Louisa May Alcott.
  2. I am currently reading this novel and not having read it before, I have heard/ had prior knowlegde of many (mainly female) readers compare and identify themselves with Jo. I really expected to do the same, but I was kind of horrifed to find myself more like Meg - did anyone feel the same?
  3. Discussion on the Little Women series can be found in the Read Alone forum in the Children and Young Persons section of he board. A thread on A Long Fatal Love Chase has been started in the Novels of The 20th Century forum, as it was not published until 1995, in spite of being written two years before Little Women
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