Personal Experience In Little Woman

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"I want to do something splendid… something heroic or wonderful that won’t be forgotten after I’m dead. I don’t know what, but I’m on the watch for it and mean to astonish you all someday.”
Little Women by Louisa May is about the four March sisters-Beth, Jo, Meg, and Amy. They are growing up in Civil-war era New England and although they are lacking money, they do not lack love. As the 4 girls are waiting the arrival of their Mother on Christmas Day, they learn something about the spirit of giving along the way.
This shows people that personal experience can change people’s values for the better, because people learn from their experiences, look up to their role models, and from the way that they are raised.
First of all, personal experience
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When the girls were told to help the poor family and give them their special breakfast, they did. They listen to their mother because she is kind and sweet towards them and has always done what is right for the girls and others.
On page 257 of our Study Sync book in paragraph 17 it states “Goodness only knows. Some poor creeter came a-beggin’, and your ma went straight off to see what was needed. There never was such a woman for givin’ away vittlesand drink, clothes and firin’.” replied Hannah, who had lived with the family since Meg was born, and was considered by them all more as a friend than a servant.”
This shows that people’s values can change for the better by looking up to their role models because the girls and Hannah all know that their mother would do anything to help someone (even though she may not know them). People know their mother for being kind, generous, and helpful. This influences the four girls and other people to do what is right and help other people in their time of need.
As you can see, when you look up to and follow your role models your values can change for the
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