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Little Women

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This article is about the book. For the comic book, see Little Women (comic book).
Little Women
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Book Information
Author: Louisa May Alcott
Genre: Coming of age
First appearance: "Homer Loves Flanders"

Little Women is a novel by Louisa May Alcott about the four sisters, Amy, Meg, Beth, and Jo.


After returning in a different attire given by founder Father James Helter, Homer had been in Helter Shelter for fifteen minutes and demanded to leave. Ned Flanders asked him if he would have more fun at Moe's Tavern that night. Homer said that Moe's is always closed on Wednesdays for some reason. Moe is then seen reading Little Women in a corner of the shelter to four hobos and said the closing line, "And then they realized they were no longer little girls: they were little women." He closed the book, tearfully.[1]

While Moe's new date, Maya, was about to come to his Tavern, he hid all the things that could remind of Maya's height so he wouldn't have to face any awkward situation.[2]

Homer was supposed to read the book to Lisa at night but came home late. Bart was made to read it instead and struggled with it, leaving Lisa to teach Bart how to read it properly. Afterwards, Bart fell in love with the book and kept on reading it, even at school.

Bart was caught reading the book by the bullies. They then made him read it to him and also enjoyed the book, threatening Bart if he stopped reading it to them.[3]


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When Bart stole Professor Frink's Embigulator Ray he made a copy of the book bigger.[4]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Little Women is a real life book.