Reader showcases several female characters' dialogue in this classic fiction novel.
Young Adult (18-35)
North American (General)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
North American (US Mid-Atlantic)
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as they gathered about the table, Mrs March said, with a particularly happy face, I've got a treat for you. After supper, a quick, bright smile went round like a streak of sunshine. Beth clapped her hands regardless of the biscuits she held, and Joe tossed up her napkin crying. Ah, letter. Ah, letter three cheers for father. Yes, a nice, long letter. He is well, and he thinks he shall get through the cold season better than we feared. He sends all sorts of loving wishes for Christmas and in a special message to girls, said Mrs March, patting her pocket as if she had got a treasure there. Hurry and get done. Don't stop to cork your little finger and simper over your plate. Amy cried, Joe choking on her tea and dropping her bread butter side down on the carpet. In her haste to get out the treat, Beth, eight no more but crept away to sit in her shadowy corner and brood over the delight to come till the others were ready. I think it was so splendid and father to go his chaplain when he was too old to be drafted and not strong enough for a soldier, said Meg warmly, Don't I wish I could go? His drummer of Vivian, What's its name or a nurse? So so I could be near him and help him? Exclaimed Joe, With the grown, it must be very disagreeable to sleep in a tent and eat all sorts of bad tasting things and drink out of a tin mug side. Amy, when really come home? Army? Asked Beth with a little quiver in her voice. Not for many months, dear. Unless he is sick, he will stay and do his work faithfully as long as he can. And we won't ask for him back a minute sooner than he could be spared. Now come here, the letter.
Characters, Child, Storyteller, Teenager, Tomboy, Aloof, Animated, Articulate, Awkward, Child-like, Dynamic, Enthusiastic, Girly/Girlish, Lyrical, Narrator, North American (General), North American (US General American - GenAM), North American (US Mid-Atlantic)