Which Austen Heroine Are You?

I took a quiz to find out which Jane Austen heroine I most likely resemble and I turned out to be Emma. I could have guessed that. She has lots of friends, loves to throw parties, views everyone as a project and tends to be cross with people who annoy her. How like me….

I made Wes pretend he was a girl and take it and he turned out to be Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice.

So take the quiz and tell me who you are!


7 thoughts on “Which Austen Heroine Are You?

  1. Yeah, Anna! Elizabeth Bennett is really hot in the BBC version too, isn’t she? I was honored to be such an awesome babe. Plus, Keira Knightly played her – not too shabby!

  2. I am Marianne Dashwood. I agree–that’s me, or that is I. “Esteem him? Like him? Speak no more of those insipid words or I shall leave immediately!”

  3. You’re going to have to do the test for me (or maybe Wes, since he likes pretending he’s a girl). I’d like to think I’m most like Emma (because that’s my most favorite movie of all time) so I keep answering the questions to make me most like her. I’m probably really more like Harriet Smith…

  4. Accountant/Farmer–they’re pretty much the same thing. I’m sad I couldn’t look for you guys at the Jazz game-darn tv without Fox sports! Hope it was fun and that Carlos Boozer asked you out.

  5. I took the quiz and I’m Elizabeth Bennet, is that good or bad? I think on the part about how you deal with a crises and the faults part all apply to me, I guess I must be an emotional wreck!By the way, I am totally jealous of your Jazz tickets the other night and I don’t know if I can talk to you two anymore 🙂 Just kidding, you know I love ya! But I am super jealous!!

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