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: Hello! Jo! Come over here. You too, Meg. It's dull as tombs around here.
: Fellow artists, may I present myself as an actor, a musician, and a loyal and very humble servant of the club. Jo March
: We'll be the judge of that. Laurie
: In token of my gratitude and as a means of promoting communication between adjoining nations, shouting from windows being forbidden, I shall provide a post office in our hedge, to further incourage the bearing of our souls and the telling of our most appalling secrets. I do pledge never to reveal what I recieve in confindence here. Meg
: Well, then. Do take your place Rodrigo. Jo March
: Sir Rodrigo.
: If I weren't going to be a writer I'd go to New York and pursue the stage. Are you shocked? Laurie
: There is nothing to be done. If I bleed her, it would finish her. Best send for the mother. Laurie
: Forgive me. I have already done so. Mrs. March arrives on the train this night.
: I don't wanna die. I've never even been kissed. I've waited my whole to be kissed, and what if I miss it? Laurie
: I tell you what. I promise to kiss you before you die.
: I have loved you since the moment I clapped eyes on you. What could be more reasonable than to marry you? Jo March
: We'd kill each other. Laurie
: Nonsense! Jo March
: Neither of us can keep our temper-... Laurie
: I can, unless provoked. Jo March
: We're both stupidly stubborn, especially you. We'd only quarrel! Laurie
: I wouldn't! Jo March
: You can't even propose without quarreling.
: I'm quite taken by that one. Jo
: That's Meg! Laurie
: Meg. Jo
: That's my sister. She's completely bald in front.
: 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 stand by and watch.
: Have you heard from Jo? She has befriended a German professor. Laurie
: I envy her happiness. I envy his happiness. I envy John Brooke for marrying Meg. I hate Fred Vaughn. And if Beth had a lover I would despise him too. Just as you have always known that you would never marry a pauper, I have always known that I belong to the March family. Amy
: I will not be loved for my family...
: Teddy? Oh, this is magic! Laurie
: Jo, you are absolutely Jo
: Covered in flour! Oh dear.
: Meg? Meg
: Please don't tell Jo how I've behaved. Laurie
: As long as you won't tell anyone how I've behaved. Meg
: I was just playing a part. To see what it felt like to be Belle Gardiner with four proposals and 20 pairs of gloves. Laurie
: You're worth ten of those girls. Boston Matron
: Did you see the way that March girl has gone after the Laurence heir? Boston Matron
: Best thing that could happen to the Marches. Meg
: This ridiculous dress, I've been tripping over it all night. Laurie
: Tie something around your neck where it can do you some good.
Theodore Laurence 'Laurie'
: [upon seeing Jo's hair cut short
] Christopher Columbus!