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Join us for the discussion on March 11, 2015. Brooks tells the story of the absent father, March, in Louisa May Alcott's classic, "Little Women." When March goes off to join the Union cause during the Civil War, his experiences change his marriage and his beliefs.
I always thought it was pretty weird that Mr. March would abandon his "Little Women" for a war, but this story from his perspective gives great insight into the man and his ideals.
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