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the little lady

One's wife. John might be coming camping with us this weekend, but he has to run it by the little lady first.
See also: lady, little
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It was set in Kashmir and I agreed to it because we have adapted this show from Louisa May Alcott's novel Little Women , which was set in a cold place," Ghosh said.
THE producer of TV drama Little Women said recreating the famous ice-skating scene was the toughest challenge in adapting Louisa May Alcott's classic novel.
LITTLE WOMEN BBC1, Boxing Day, 8pm LOUISA May Alcott's semi-autobiographical 1868 novel is returning to the small screen for a three-part series on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, featuring an all-star cast.
Now, Liverpool-born writer Heidi Thomas has taken on the lives of four sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March - otherwise know as the Little Women - in one of the must-see shows to hit our screens this Christmas.
Ekta Kapoor took to her Instagram handle and posted the poster of the show, captioning, "Adapted from Louisa May Alcott's classic drama LITTLE WOMEN .
WRITER Heidi Thomas will put girl power into BBC1's Christmas schedules with a Little Women adaptation as well as Call The Midwife.
A HOLIDAY company is offering special breaks to Massachusetts to mark the 150th anniversary of the beloved novel Little Women.
DAME Angela Lansbury and Michael Gambon will lead the cast in the new TV adaptation of classic novel Little Women.
CLASSIC novel Little Women is being adapted into a BBC1 series by the creator of Call The Midwife.
May becomes increasingly aware of her sister's bitterness towards her, and when she finds that she's been dismissed in Little Women as pampered, pretty character Amy, she knows she has to break free.
In her latest contribution to Alcott studies, The Afterlife of Little Women, Clark expands the time period under scrutiny even as she narrows her focus to Alcott's most famous novel and the many forms in which it has remained alive in America and around the world to the present day.
From multiple musicals to movie adaptations, Little Women has been part of our cultural fabric since shortly after it was released in 1868.
From 16-year-old Hannah Taylor, founder of The Ladybug Foundation to aid the homeless, to 15-year-old Alaina Podmorrow and her charity event efforts to raise money for Little Women for Little Women in Afghanistan (an organization dedicated to providing teachers, education, and libraries to Afghan women and girls), to 13- and 16-year-old Jack and Madi Praver's work to combat bullying with kindness, each story is thoroughly inspirational and motivational.
I started a group, Little Women for Little Women in Afghanistan.