History Characters / LittleWomen

22nd Nov '16 4:45:40 AM annette12
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* SpoiledBrat: As a child she is prone to behave in a vain and self-centered way, especially if she doesn't get what she wants.
22nd Nov '16 3:43:26 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by WinonaRyder in the 1994 movie version, despite the book saying that she's average in looks aside of her beautiful auburn hair.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by WinonaRyder Creator/WinonaRyder in the 1994 movie version, despite the book saying that she's average in looks aside of her beautiful auburn hair.



* TallDarkAndHandsome: Attractive, curly black hair, played by ChristianBale in the movie.

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* TallDarkAndHandsome: Attractive, curly black hair, played by ChristianBale Creator/ChristianBale in the movie.



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by Susan Sarandon in the 1994 movie version.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by Susan Sarandon Creator/SusanSarandon in the 1994 movie version.



* BadassPreacher: He may have not fought, but the mere fact that he decided to help other soldiers via giving them spiritual counseling in the campaings lands him here.

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* BadassPreacher: He may have not fought, but the mere fact that he decided to help other soldiers via giving them spiritual counseling counselings in the campaings campaigns lands him here.



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Gabriel Byrne (in the 1994 movie version), anyone?

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Gabriel Byrne Creator/GabrielByrne (in the 1994 movie version), anyone?
17th Nov '16 8:40:10 PM cheedo
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* NaiveEverygirl

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* %% NaiveEverygirl



* SpoiledBrat: When she was a child she was a spoiled, pretentious, tantrum-throwing little girl. She grows out of it.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Girly Girl to Jo's Tomboy. Jo is a headstrong SpiritedYoungLady with a fiery temper who rejects female values and convention and finds sentimentality utterly repellent. Amy is a vain, spoiled artistic beauty, obsessed with her appearance, who aspires to be the perfect ProperLady.

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* SpoiledBrat: When she was a child she was a spoiled, pretentious, tantrum-throwing little girl. She grows out of it.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Girly Girl to Jo's Tomboy. Jo is a headstrong SpiritedYoungLady with a fiery temper who rejects female values and rejects convention and finds sentimentality utterly repellent. repellent (except in books). Amy is a vain, spoiled petted artistic beauty, obsessed with anxious over her appearance, who aspires to be the perfect ProperLady.
22nd Jun '16 11:40:34 PM annette12
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* [[MrImagination Miss Imagination]]: Her "little world was peopled with imaginary friends," and she cares for her sisters' cast-off dolls as if they were invalids in a hospital.

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* [[MrImagination Miss Imagination]]: MsImagination: Her "little world was peopled with imaginary friends," and she cares for her sisters' cast-off dolls as if they were invalids in a hospital.



* ShrinkingViolet: Her main flaw. She finds it very difficult, even painful, to talk to people outside her immediate family, and stops going to school out of shyness. She gets... a little better, but not too much.



* ShrinkingViolet: Her main flaw. She finds it very difficult, even painful, to talk to people outside her immediate family, and stops going to school out of shyness. She gets... a little better, but not too much.

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* ShrinkingViolet: Her main flaw. She finds it very difficult, even painful, to talk to people outside her immediate family, and stops going to school out of shyness. She gets... a little better, but not too much.
22nd Jun '16 9:14:15 AM annette12
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* ShrinkingViolet: Her FatalFlaw. She finds it very difficult, even painful, to talk to people outside her immediate family, and stops going to school out of shyness. She gets... a little better, but not too much.

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* ShrinkingViolet: Her FatalFlaw.main flaw. She finds it very difficult, even painful, to talk to people outside her immediate family, and stops going to school out of shyness. She gets... a little better, but not too much.
11th Jun '16 10:19:08 PM K
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* BigBrotherBully: He loves Daisy, but if he told her to jump off a bridge, she'd do it. And if he got into his head some sort of fanciful idea about jumping off bridges, he would probably ask.


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* InSeriesNickname: Besides "Daisy," Jo, Fritz, and Emil call her "Posy."
15th May '16 4:28:26 AM annette12
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* BreakoutCharacter: The most popular and remembered character from the books.
9th Jan '16 5:31:53 PM colinlouis1
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* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: Especially played up in the musical, where her death occurs offscreen but is preceded by a sweet duet about destiny between her and Jo, and about how Jo is meant for greater things than taking care of her ill sister.
1st Dec '15 7:35:44 AM lipranzer
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by WinonaRyder in the movie, despite the book saying that she's average in looks aside of her beautiful auburn hair.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by WinonaRyder in the movie, 1994 movie version, despite the book saying that she's average in looks aside of her beautiful auburn hair.



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by Susan Sarandon in the movie.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Played by Susan Sarandon in the movie.1994 movie version.



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Gabriel Byrne, anyone?

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Gabriel Byrne, Byrne (in the 1994 movie version), anyone?
23rd May '15 3:30:16 PM lexicon
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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: She qualifies being a beautiful, young, feminine NaiveEverygirl.
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