With its husband in the war, Marmee remains single to let grow to its four daughters - his mujercitas.. The spiritual Jo, the Meg conservative, fr?l Beth and the rom?ica Amy, and Samantha Mathis. While the a? they happen, the sisters share some of the best and m?dolorosos memories of the self-knowledge, while Marmee de independence, the love and the virtue.Mujercitas is the history of the March, a customary family to the work and the suffering. Although the father is serving in the war? the sisters Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth maintain in stop next to their mother, to whom cari?they call Marmee. Its friendly gift of a breakfast in Christmas to a neighboring family is an act of generosity compensated with the flattery of Mr. Laurence of a banquet surprise. Nevertheless, in spite of their efforts to be good, the girls show defects: the pretty Meg est? to that it gives classes; the infantile Jo loses its stirrups with regularity; while colegiala of gold hair Amy inclines towards afectaci? Nevertheless, Beth, that maintains the house, is always amiable and calm. Despu?de shared happy moments with the Laurence, the sadness arrives when Marmee finds out the disease of its husband. And everything is darkened when Beth contracts scarlet fever to help ill neighbors and finishes postroad. The novel narrates the progresses that make j?nes in their lives, with some I touch of romance, the terminal disease of Beth, the pressures of the marriage and the outer world. It is the history of the maturity, the growth, sabidury? happiness of the familiar life. It was written in 1867 and she is biografy? this novel of Alcott and his sisters. Has become a story ? very wanted by the readers , and although some of their questions can seem old fashioned, other situations continue .