Louisa May Alcott on Working Marriage

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Louisa May Alcott Money Quotation saying in a passage from Little Women, (1868) a character despairs of gender roles. Louisa May Alcott said:
 
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“Men have to work and women to marry for money. It’s a dreadfully unjust world” — Louisa May Alcott

 

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In Alcott’s time, women’s options for earning a living were limited, and many women relied on marriage as a means of financial security. This quote highlights the gender disparity in the workforce and the societal expectation that women would prioritize marriage over financial independence.

Alcott may be expressing frustration at the limited choices available to women and the unfairness of a system that requires women to rely on marriage for financial stability.

Birthday: November 29, 1832 – Death: March 6, 1888

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