That honor must surely go to the death of Beth in Louisa May Alcott's Little Women.
The Little Women had seized Leonore's suggestion with delight, and were now busily employed in carrying out the feast.
I find that I am the only girl in college who was nt brought up on Little Women.
He was a very big old gentleman, and they were Little Women.
The success of "Little Women" was not confined to this country.
On his return he loved to tell how he was welcomed as the "grandfather of 'Little Women.'"
Big men like Mr. Beckett always do to Little Women like Mrs. Beckett.
Nothing has been published since "Little Women" that will so strike the popular taste.
There are French at Armant, and where the French come the Little Women come.
These little stories are in every way worthy of the author of "Little Women."