Alcott’s Little Women: A Role Playing Game? Part I

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  1. krissw says:

    little women rpg! ahahaha claire u so funny! my what if: “what if beth survived and laurie married her as a favor to jo?”
    lookin forward to your model of da grandpa laurence library, da one jo loved so much.

    • Hmm, that “what if” is an interesting one, knowing that Laurie would go great lengths to please Jo. 🙂

      So sorry, Krissie, the library slipped my mind! So far I’m done with modeling the drawing room and dining room, with a view of the hall. But not the library. Funny I’ve modeled the above rooms when there weren’t really any scenes that occurred there! 🙁

  2. krissw says:

    little women rpg! ahahaha claire u so funny! my what if: “what if beth survived and laurie married her as a favor to jo?”
    lookin forward to your model of da grandpa laurence library, da one jo loved so much.

  3. Sharon says:

    Wow, did you really re-read LW that often? I was aghast to read that Alcott called the book “moral pap”. I showed the paragraph to a friend who also liked the book and she couldn’t see why the phrase was insulting (again making me aghast). Ah well. I doubt an LW RPG will ever happen but I’d like to see those interiors.

    • I think I read it about 3 times when I was 12, and a few times each year after that, until my early twenties. So I’d say about a dozen times, rough estimate 🙂

      I wasn’t all that surprised to learn that Alcott detested her own books. Some creative types end up hating the work they produce, for reasons only known to them (unless, of course, they tell the public what those reasons are).

      If you have a “what if” on the Little Women plot let me know!

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