Which “Little Women” March Sister Are You?

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Ian Fortey

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Louisa May Alcott wrote "Little Women" back in 1868, and it immediately resonated with audiences. The realness and vibrancy of the sisters hit home for a lot of people, and it makes sense, as the book is considered to be quite autobiographical, allowing Alcott to draw on a lot of her own experiences growing up.

The story is actually two books together, as "Little Women" was so popular when it came out Alcott was asked to do a follow-up, which she called "Good Wives." These days both of the books are just published together under the "Little Women" title, though, to make things a little easier. Alcott went on to write two more books featuring many of the same characters, "Little Men" and "Jo's Boys."

"Little Women" has stood the test of time as one of the greatest American novels ever written, and many of us met the characters when we read the book in school or watched one of the many film adaptations. Every "Little Women" fan has a favorite movie version, after all. It's one of the few stories that people can still relate to, even after so much time, not because of the setting but because of its humanity. Each sister has a personality that clicks in some way, and most of us can see ourselves in at least one of them. So which one is it for you? Take the quiz, and let's find out!


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Besides Greta Gerwig's 2019 adaptation, which film version of "Little Women" is your favorite?

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The March sisters are very artistic. What's your artistic talent?

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Are you close to your family?

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"Little Women" takes place during the Civil War. In what historical period do you feel like you'd be most at home?

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Let's say it's Friday night. What are you probably going to be doing?

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Where do you see yourself in ten years?

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You just finished reading "Little Women." Which classic is next?

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Everyone has a dream house, right? What's yours?

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"Little Women" has been adapted to film more than once. Do you like to see movie versions of your favorite books?

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Do you worry about letting your friends and family down?

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How good are you at turning a bad situation into a positive one?

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Would you ever lie to a loved one?

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Do you think you give good advice to others?

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How do you handle failure?

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You get a late invite to a party that's tonight! How do you react?

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How do you get along with your siblings?

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If you're stuck at home on a Sunday afternoon, what are you probably doing?

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Do you need a spouse or partner to feel complete in life?

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What's the most important thing in life?

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Do you like to have all eyes on you?

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