"Wouldn't it be fun if all the castles in the air which we make could come true, and we could live in them?" said Jo, after a little pause. "I've made such quantities it would be hard to choose which I'd have," said Laurie, lying flat and throwing cones at the squirrel who had betrayed him."
"—¿No sería una buena diversión si todos los castillos en el aire que nos hacemos pudieran realizarse? —dijo Jo después. —Yo he hecho tantos, que sería difícil saber cuál de ellos escogería —susurró Laurie echándose sobre la hierba."
"I don't pretend to be wise, but I am observing, and I see a great deal more than you'd imagine. I'm interested in other people's experiences and inconsistencies, and, though I can't explain, I remember and use them for my own benefit.”
"La prudencia es mi destino y tengo que conformarme. He venido aquí para moralizar, no para oír cosas que me den ganas de brincar."
"Jo's eyes sparkled, for it's always pleasant to be believed in; and a friend's praise is always sweeter than a dozen newspaper puffs."
"Watch and pray, dear, never get tired of trying, and never think it is impossible to conquer your fault', said Mrs. March, drawing the blowzy head to her shoulder and kissing the wet cheek so tenderly that Jo cried even harder."