#1 but my hands they are empty #2 (taking his hand) theyre not empty now.
‘Revenge is mine!’ quoth he….Continued in the following edition!
(Jo crying) Beth: Are you thinking about father? Jo: My hair!
-You should have been a lawyer Miss March. -I should have been a great many things Mr. Mayer
1) (After giving birth) I can’t believe you’ve done this four times! 2) Yes, but never twice at once, my darling!
1) Just as you’ve always known you would not marry a pauper, I have always known that I should be part of the March family. 2) I do not want to be loved for my family. 1) No more than Fred Vaughn wants to be loved for his forty-thousand a year.
1) Oh, blast these wretched skirts! 2) Don’t say ‘blast’ and ‘wretch’! 1) Oh (2), don’t be such a ninny-pinny!
1) What can I bring the Hummels? 2) Fry the Hummels!
1) What do those girls do all day?
2) Over the mysteries of female life, there is a veil, best left undisturbed.
1-I have loved you since the moment I clamped eyes on you. What could be more reasonable than to marry you? 2- We’d kill each other. 1-Nonsense!2-Neither of us can keep our temper… 1-I can, unless provoked.2- We’re both stupidly stubborn, especially you. We’d only quarrel!1-I wouldn’t! 2-You can’t even propose without quarreling.
1. My hands are empty
2. (Emotional and happy) Not anymore
(The two lovers share a moment of eternal bliss)
1. Will you have me?
2. With all of my heart!
A) Jo, do you love Laurie more than you love me? B) Oh, don’t be such a beetle! I could never love anyone as I love my sisters.
Amy: I don’t want to die. I’ve never been kissed! I’ve waited my whole life to be kissed, and what if I miss it?
Laurie: I tell you what. I promise to kiss you before you die.
Amy: I’m so degretitated. I owe at least a dozen limes!
At night my mind would come alive with voices and stories. I gave myself up to it, longing for transformation.
Don’t let the sun go down upon your anger. Forgive each other. Begin again tomorrow.
Don’t say blast and retch, it’s slang.
Everyone’s lucky but me…
Feminine weaknesses and fainting spells are the direct result of our confining young girls to the house, bent over their needlework, and restrictive corsets.
Go- and embrace your freedom, and see what wonderful things become of it!
Has Meg mislaid a certain personal article, such as…a glove?
He’s as dull as powder, Meg. Can’t you at least marry someone amusing?
I am not jealous of Jo. I envy her happiness. I envy his happiness. I envy John Brooke for marrying Meg. I hate your Fred Vaghn. If Beth had a lover Iâ€™d despise him too… Iâ€™ve always known I should be a part of the March family
I do not like to be left behind. But now I am the one going ahead!
I don’t wanna die. I’ve never been kissed. I’ve waited my whole life to be kissed and what if I miss it?
I find it poor logic to say that because women are good, women should vote. Men do not vote because they are good. Men vote because they are male. And women should vote not because they are angels and men are animals but because we are human beings and citizens of this country.
I won’t have a sister who’s a lazy ignoramus.
I won’t have my girls being silly about boys. To bed, Miss Amy!
I’ll write him a stern letter ( Marmie) (Jo – sarcastic) Oh, a letter
that’ll show him.
I’m sorry, Meg always makes me take the gentleman’s part at home! It’s a shame you don’t know the lady’s part!
I’ve loved you from the moment i first laid eyes on you. What would be more reasonable than to marry you?
Iâ€™m reminded of a promise. Didnâ€™t I say Iâ€™d kiss you before you die?
If I bleed her, it would finish her.
Jo: I sold my hair. Amy: Jo, how could you? Your one beauty!
JO: I won’t have a sister who’s a lazy ignoramus. And quit sulking you look like a pigeon.
AMY: Coo, Coo.
Jo: what’s going to happen?
F.B: The inevitable
Jo:Please don’t go so far away! Professor:I have nothing to give, my hands are empty. Jo (taking his hand): Not empty now.
Jo~ We shall be good friends with him
Amy~ A boy?
Jo~ He isn’t a boy, he’s Laurie
Laurie-I’m reminded of a promise, didn’t I say I’d kiss you before you died.Amy-Do you hear from Jo? It seem’s she’s befriended a German professer.Laurie-Well, no doubt he’s showing her the way’s of the world.Amy-I do not wish to be courted by someone who is still in love with my sister.Laurie-I’m not in love with Jo.Amy- Then how do you explain your jelousy? Laurie- I envy her,I envy him,I envy John Brook’s for marrying Meg, I hate Fred Vaugnn and if Beth had a lover I’d despise him too.Just as you have alway’s known you would not marry a pauper I have alway’s known I should be part of the March family. Amy- I do not wish to be loved for my family Laurie- No more than Fred Vaugnn wishes to be loved for his fourty thousand a year.
Laurie: I was quite taken with that one. Jo: Thats my sister, Meg. She’s completely bald in front!
limes are the fashion now
Listen to the Child.
Lovely day for a picnic!
Mr Tubman, are you demeaning our fine newspaper?
My soul is an opening, love is a fatal power. Your heart understood mine in the depth of the fragrant night. I listened to your ravished soul; to your beloved voice. Your heart understood mine
Now I am the one going ahead… I am not afraid. I can be brave like you.
Sally Moffat, you won’t be able to draw your laces. At my comming out party, I didn’t eat for weeks!
someday you’ll find a man, a good man, and you’ll love him, and marry him, and live and die for him. and i’ll be hanged if i just stand bye and watch-Laurie
Stop being so swoony!
Teddy, please don’t ask me.
We all grow up someday, we might as well know what we want.
We all grow up someday. We might as well know what we want.
We bare our souls and tell our most appalling secrets.
We’ll all grow up some day. We might as well know what we want.
We’ll all grow up someday Meg, we might as well know what we want.
Well it’s not like being stuck with a dreadful nose, you know, one does have a choice to who one loves
What right have you to strike a child? In God’s eyes we are all children.
When I marry, I’m going to be disgustingly rich!
You can fall in love with a rich man just as good as you can a poor one.–Amy
You don’t need scores of suitors you only need one, if he’s the right one.
You have so many extraordinary talents- how could you expect to lead a normal life?
You should be writing from life, from the depths of your soul. There is nothing in here of the woman I have been privileged to know. Jo, there is more to you than this- if you have the courage to write it
You’ll be sorry Jo March!
Your heart understood mine. In the depth of the fragrant night, I listened with a ravished soul to your beloved voice. Your heart understood mine. ~Friederick translating the opera
Ypu’ll be sorry Jo March!
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