free booknotes online

Help / FAQ




<- Previous Page | First Page | Next Page ->
MonkeyNotes-Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Table of Contents | Message Board | Printable Version

Chapter 18: Dark Days

Summary

Beth has a severe case of the scarlet fever. As the days pass she gradually worsens until she lapses into an unconscious state. Finally the doctor announces that Mrs. March should be sent for. Jo races off to the telegram office, but on the way home finds out the Laurie has already sent a message and that Mrs. March is expected that night.

Around midnight the crisis point is reached and Bethís fever breaks. Mrs. March arrives home early in the morning.


Notes

Jo cries on Laurieís shoulders. She feels as though she has the heaviest burdens of all the family. She doesnít really, although she is the one closest to Beth. Itís just that she reacts to everything that happens on a more deeply personal level than the others. This is another symptom of her drive to have control over everything.

Table of Contents | Message Board | Printable Version


<- Previous Page | First Page | Next Page ->
MonkeyNotes-Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Google
Web
PinkMonkey

Google
  Web PinkMonkey.com   

All Contents Copyright © PinkMonkey.com
All rights reserved. Further Distribution Is Strictly Prohibited.


About Us
 | Advertising | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Home Page
This page was last updated: 5/9/2017 8:53:04 AM