PG | | Drama, Family, Romance
Louisa May Alcott did not want Jo to marry anyone; that is why initially refuses Laurie in the novel. She never married in her own life; stating that she would "rather be a spinster and paddle" her "own canoe". Finally she marries off Jo to the ... ...
What's going to happen?
Friedrich: The inevitable.
When Laurie receives Jo's letter in London, telling him of Beth's death, her voice-over says, "Please, Teddy, come back to us". But when we see the letter a moment later, it actually says "come back to me".
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