The Secret Origins of Amy March (Which Might Make You Hate Her a Little Less)

The much-reviled youngest sister from “Little Women” is more sympathetic when you know about the woman she’s based on

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The much-reviled youngest sister from “Little Women” is more sympathetic when you know about the woman she’s based on

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