The story of the four sisters Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy and their experiences with growing up in 19th-century New England is the focus of the book.
Jo, on the other hand, decides to decline his proposal because she is aware that she does not love Laurie in a romantic way. The March sisters face a number of difficult decisions and challenges as the book comes to an end.
The novel is ultimately a celebration of love, family, and the significance of female autonomy and self-discovery. "Little Women" is a timeless classic that continues to captivate readers to this day because the March sisters are complex, relatable characters who confront real-world challenges and triumphs.