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I suppose Meg's main problem would be greed and envy. She covets other people's things. Meg is perhaps the only sister who remembers when the family was wealthy. Meg seems fixated on the wealth of other girls like Sallie Gardiner and the Moffat girls. It isn't until later on in the story that Meg learns the value of what is real, the simple things in life and hard work. Meg is sometimes considered the most attractive among the girls. She is the only girl who recalls the family being wealthy and has a fascination with nice things and money. Meg is perhaps the most traditionally "feminine" out of all the sisters. She is perhaps most like her mother and eventually marries a poor man because she loves him.