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They had passionate quarrels and misunderstandings, encounters which we were rarely given privy to witnessing firsthand although we were informed somehow that they happened.

Although I don’t really find Winona Ryder a convincing tomboy, no matter how many fake mustaches she drawson herself, the screenplay does contain some interesting quotes. And I just know I’ll never fit in anywhere.”That film also spawned a close friendshipbetween Ryder and co-star Claire Danes; which I mention for nobetter reason than as an excuse to post these pictures: The first adaptationthat I saw, though, and my personal favorite — even if it always seemsto get ranked lowest in critical discussions of the three — is the 1949version, with June Allyson as Jo.

Jo’smanner of admiring Laurie, for example, is to say, “If I were a boy I’d want to look just like that.” And when she has turned down hismarriage proposal and is upset that Aunt March has chosen Amy ratherthan her to go to Europe, she says, “I’m sorry, I’m sorry Marmee. Not only does Allyson bring a convincingswagger to the role, but the film also contains a couple of scenes that,in retrospect, are interesting from a lesbianish point of view.

When we realized the age gap was more than 12 years, we mutually decided not to pursue a relationship and remained friends.

This pattern has repeated itself with different men.

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