Jo spits back that Amy is a not a child but a demon in a child's body. Jo is trying to sell her stories for publication, but the publishers are not interested — her friend, Professor Bhaer, tells her that she has to do better and write more from herself. Laurie, who decides to ask Jo to marry him, then comes in her attic-studio. The powerful score soars with the sounds of personal discovery, heartache and hope — the sounds of a young America finding its voice. Meanwhile, Meg has one of her own dreams realized:
Brooke excuses Meg for a while to tell her of his enlistment in the Union Army. Jo and the family grieve Beth's death. She tells Jo of an idle thought to bring her along to Europe. Lawrence comes in looking for Laurie, who is out with Jo and Amy. Amy wants to go with them but she already outgrown her pair of skates. She apologizes to Laurie and asks him why he is sitting down. He tells her that she will marry, but Jo tells him that she will never marry; Laurie, on the contrary, says she will, but not to him "Take A Chance On Me Reprise ". She tells them the story of the sale as well, thanks to Professor Bhaer's advice, the re-edited story. Lawrence discovers Beth's talent at the piano and they sing a duet "Off to Massachusetts". Jo is trying to sell her stories for publication, but the publishers are not interested — her friend, Professor Bhaer, tells her that she has to do better and write more from herself. Amy and Laurie come home from Europe and struggle to tell Jo of their pending marriage because they do not wish for Jo to be upset "The Most Amazing Thing". Meanwhile, Meg has one of her own dreams realized: The powerful score soars with the sounds of personal discovery, heartache and hope — the sounds of a young America finding its voice. He reacts by saying that he has stated his opinion as she has hers. Act II At Mrs. Marmee tells Meg to just smile and say "I'd be delighted" "Delighted". Aunt March then turns her focus to Amy, molding her to be the society lady that she envisioned for Jo. Jo begs to go with her, but Aunt March reasons that she will take her only if she changes. She asks Marmee what to say when one of her potential suitors asks her to dance. Brooke asks Meg to dance and Meg agrees. She finds that her family and friends are themselves astonishing and this encourages her to write her novel, Little Women "The Fire Within Me". She is notified of Beth's scarlet fever and immediately packs her bags to return to Concord. Marmee, their mother, comes in with a letter from Mr. Brooke are smitten at first sight. But then she muses that perhaps her writing was better when she was at home in Concord, Massachusetts "Better". Jo does not accept his marriage proposal. Laurie replies that he must have passed out from too much dancing.
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