Dating professor bhaer
Laurie made that possible, not just through his wealth, but through his nature.
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She often wished she 'had been a boy', and as consolation enjoyed whistling, using slang and ruffling up her clothes (which were a great trial to her, especially when she grew old enough to wear long skirts) - all symbols of masculinity in the period.
Jo loved to read, and would spend hours doing so, reading books such as The Heir of Redclyffe, over which she ate apples and cried. The tin kitchen, which was inhabited by many manuscripts, books, and rats (who nibbled her pages and tasted her pencils), was also a desk where she could be found at when in a 'vortex'. De las cuatro hermanas de marzo, Jo era fácilmente la más masculina: pensaba por sí misma, se enorgullecía de rehuir los modales femeninos y la moda, y era muy poco probable que sucumbiera a las presiones impuestas al sexo en esa época.
“No one ever expects them.” Professor Bhaer and Jo play pirates.Amy, on the other hand, seemed like a perfect match for Laurie.