Little Women (1994) Movie poster and book cover compared.

Little Women

Gillian Armstrong, 1994

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Little Women
Laurie Lawlor, 2012

NOVELIZATION

Little Women is a movie novelization written by Laurie Lawlor in 2012 and based on the movie of the same name, directed by Gillian Armstrong in 1994. The movie features Winona Ryder, Susan Sarandon, Gabriel Byrne, Trini Alvarado, Samantha Mathis, Kirsten Dunst, and others.

What users say

“The movie is better than the book”

But the book is worth reading.

The Movie is based on

Book cover
Little Women (1868)
Book by Louisa May Alcott

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RATING

7.3

/ 10

Movie Poster: Little Women (Gillian Armstrong, 1994)

8.1

/ 10

Book Cover: Little Women (Laurie Lawlor, 2012)

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Storyline

In 1868, Jo March, a teacher in New York City, goes to Mr. Dashwood, an editor who agrees to publish a story she has written. In New York, Jo becomes hurt when Friedrich Bhaer, a professor infatuated with her, constructively criticizes her writing, causing her to end their friendship.

Movie vs Book

Poster of Little Women, the 1994 movie by Gillian Armstrong

Year

1994

Minutes

115

Movie Rate

7.30

Source: IMDb

Movie

Little Women

Country: USA

Year: 1994

Length: 1h55m

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Cover of Little Women, the 2012 book by Laurie Lawlor

Year

2012

Pages

96

Book Rate

8.10

S: Goodreads

Book

Little Women

Country: USA

First published in: 2012

Length: 96 pages

Genre: Fiction

User polls & recommendations

Which is better?

Poster of Little Women, the 1994 movie by Gillian Armstrong

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Cover of Little Women, the 2012 book by Laurie Lawlor

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movie

IS IT WORTH WATCHING?

Poster of Little Women, the 1994 movie by Gillian Armstrong

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Yes

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11% No

8 votes

1 votes

book

IS IT WORTH READING?

Cover of Little Women, the 2012 book by Laurie Lawlor

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25% No

3 votes

1 votes

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