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Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" I agree with the others, Mr. Laurie was like a brother to her, not like a lover.He and Jo would never have worked as a romantic couple - he's too all over the place while she was not (she was unusual but not changeable by any means). Laurie was like a brother to her, not like a lover.I don’t remember exactly how Icame across it, but a while ago I stumbled upon an online listthat an organization called the Publishing Triangle had made of the“100 Best Lesbian and Gay Novels of all time.” Since I was a literaturemajor, and reading is still pretty much like breathing for me, it wasan interesting list. But it still seemed like a pretty big, andpresumptuous, leap to me, to claim it as a lesbian novel.There were the overtly gay-themed novels you mightexpect — E. Until I did some Googling, that is,and came across this quote from the Penguin Classics introduction to "In an interview with the writer Louise Chandler Moulton, [Alcott] later commented with pre-Freudiancandor on her own feelings: ‘I am more than half-persuaded that I ama man’s soul, put by some freak of nature into a woman’s body …

Jo’smanner of admiring Laurie, for example, is to say, “If I were a boy I’d want to look just like that.” And when she has turned down hismarriage proposal and is upset that Aunt March has chosen Amy ratherthan her to go to Europe, she says, “I’m sorry, I’m sorry Marmee. Not only does Allyson bring a convincingswagger to the role, but the film also contains a couple of scenes that,in retrospect, are interesting from a lesbianish point of view.

It’s almost like getting to write the novel all over again 🙂 Writing this reply, I had to stop myself from waxing random like…now.

I’m afraid that just as the original only lightly touched on Jo’s marriage, so does this variation.

Besides, marrying him would have put Jo in a position she could never have managed without going crazy or coming to hate Laurie - a society wife. Bhear, she had a companion and lover who understood, respected and celebrated who she was and for whom she could always do the same. He and Jo would never have worked as a romantic couple - he\'s too ..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect. They were much more suited to each other."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect. They were much more suited to each other."Totally agree with this. They were much more suited to each other.\"\n\n Totally agree with this.

Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Wren wrote: "Oh, Mr. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Mia wrote: "Jeni wrote: \"Mr. "\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Wren wrote: "Oh, Mr. Jo needed someone more mature to accept her as she is. Jo needed someone more mature to a..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect.

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