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In the grand history of literature, there are more than a few famous sisters. We have the From Jane Austen alone we have the beloved Bennet sisters of “Pride and Prejudice” and and the equally awesome Dashwood’s of “Sense and Sensibility.” And crossing over into the realm of the real world, the Bronte Sisters gave…

…mean something

“I like good strong words that mean something.” Louisa May Alcott, “Little Women” Today, thanks in a large part to the Google Doodle (sometimes they get it right), people around the world are celebrating a literary classic—“Little Women”—and the 184th birthday of its author Louisa May Alcott.