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37 Everyone who visited asked how Beth was and sent good wishes. She sent loving messages to Amy and told everyone to tell her mother she would write soon. But soon she was rarely awake, sleeping hour after hour. On the ﬁrst of December, Dr. Bangs came to check over Beth. He whispered to Hannah, “If Mrs. ” Hannah nodded quietly, Meg fell into a chair, and Jo ran to send the telegram. Laurie 38 came with a letter saying that Mr. ” Jo said, “I’ve sent for Mother. ” Jo explained that it was and that Beth didn’t know anyone.
52 “You’ll go next Jo,” Laurie said. “No one will want me,” Jo said. ” On the day of Meg’s wedding, June roses bloomed over the porch. Meg looked like a rose as well. She would not wear silk, lace, or orange ﬂowers. “I don’t want to look strange or ﬁxed up,” she said. ” She made her own wedding gown and her sisters braided her pretty hair with lilies of the valley, which John liked. The three sisters wore suits of thin silver gray and had small roses in their hair. Everything was to be as natural and homelike as possible.
Then a letter came from Washington saying their father was very ill again and it would be a long time before Marmee would be coming home. The days seemed dark, sad, and lonely. The sisters worked and waited as death seemed to shadow the house. 37 Everyone who visited asked how Beth was and sent good wishes. She sent loving messages to Amy and told everyone to tell her mother she would write soon. But soon she was rarely awake, sleeping hour after hour. On the ﬁrst of December, Dr. Bangs came to check over Beth.