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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and Richard and Judy pick. From the author of the acclaimed 'Year of Wonders, and 'People of the Book,, a ... Show synopsis

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  • Great Story May 16, 2013
    by Juanita

    I enjoy this book and recommend it to others. The book was interesting and well written. I love the Author.

  • Beloved characters revisited May 24, 2009
    by Ellyb

    I was pleasantly surprised by "March," by Geraldine Brooks. Not that I expected a Pulitzer prize winner to be a lousy read, by any means, but I think I was expecting something a little more heavy-handed. Instead I got a character study of a deeply naive Union chaplain whose eyes are opened to the horrors of war and to the entrenched racism of his country which extended even throughout the North. It also was a treat to see the beloved characters of "Little Women" painted once more, this time from a father's perspective. Marmee also gets a new examination, as an abolitionist who still struggles with her own prejudices despite her good intentions.
    Highly recommended.

  • a classic writer Jul 12, 2007
    by MAgirl

    You don't know when a book will become a classic when it is written. What makes it a classic? Read March and you will understand how a book becomes one. This one will stay on my bookshelf. It is a book I will give as a gift to dear friends. It should be a must read for high school book lists.
    Brooks story writing has depth and beauty the likes of which comes naturally to few writers.

  • Little Women get tough Jun 1, 2007
    by sdbenjamin

    March is written from the point of view of the father who went to war in Louisa May Allcott's Little Women.Mr March is an army chaplain during the U.S civil war, writing letters to his wife and daughters at home and showing us a much less saccharine side of the war and the March family than was portrayed in Alcotts' novel.

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