We know he was half-Italian, exceedingly wealthy, and loved Jo desperately. Here are ten things you might not have known about Little Women’s Theodore Laurence. Continue reading 10 things you may not know about Little Women’s Laurie
A couple of scenes I’ve been speculating might have occurred prior to the opening of Little Women. Laurie’s parents first meet, and his father resists those ships to India. Continue reading The Laurences of Little Women
I’ve been listening to Beethoven’s Sonata Pathetique – the song that Laurie plays after proposing to Jo. It is breathtaking…I have a greater appreciation as to why Jo’s respect for “the Laurence boy” increased so highly upon hearing him play the piano for the first time. Continue reading Laurie’s Sonata Pathetique in Little Women
We write best about what we know – with Louisa May Alcott herself being Jo March’s alter ego, who might have been the model(s) for the man who was to be Jo’s best friend for life? Continue reading Who was the real Theodore Laurence?