Which Austen Heroine Are You?

I ran across a cool quiz today while toodling around the internet. Which Jane Austen Heroine are You? So, I had a great time answering the quick questions, and…

I am Marianne Dashwood!

You are Marianne Dashwood of Sense & Sensibility! You are impulsive, romantic, impatient, and perhaps a bit too brutally honest. You enjoy romantic poetry and novels, and play the pianoforte beautifully. To boot, your singing voice is captivating. You feel deeply, and love passionately.

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25 Responses to Which Austen Heroine Are You?

  1. CJ says:

    Lol, I am Elinor Dashwood. Not what I was expecting πŸ™‚ My favorite Austen novel is Pride and Prejudice, but I recently discovered North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell and it is my new favorite. I daresay I do like it better than P&P, and that’s saying a lot. If you’re a P&P fan, check North and South to see how you like it πŸ™‚

  2. Well that was fun since I’ve not read most of the Austen books (truth be told, I haven’t read most classics, I always fall asleep!) Anyway, my results were:

    “You are Elinor Dashwood of Sense & Sensibility! You are practical, circumspect, and discreet. Though you are tremendously sensible and allow your head to rule, you have a deep, emotional side that few people often see.

    I have no idea who that is (I know, I know, I know… I wasn’t an English major!) but those characteristics are pretty accurate though =)

  3. meekoli says:

    You are Elinor Dashwood of Sense & Sensibility! You are practical, circumspect, and discreet. Though you are tremendously sensible and allow your head to rule, you have a deep, emotional side that few people often see.

  4. susanmcmovies says:

    I’m Marriane Dashwood too! Which is perfect because Sense and Sensibility is my favorite Jane Austen book and I’m in love with Colonel Brandon.

  5. rory17 says:


    Take the Jane Austen Character Quiz here!

    You are Anne Elliot of Persuasion! Let’s face it; you’re easily persuaded, particularly when friends and relatives try to use “the Elliot way” against you. But this doesn’t mean that you don’t have conviction. Actually, your sense of duty is overwhelming. And though you won’t stick your neck out too often, you have learned to speak up when it counts. To boot, you know how to handle sticky situations. You love deeply and constantly.

  6. April Shaner says:

    This was fun! I am Elizabeth Bennett!

  7. Beth Moody says:

    I’m Elinor the fourth… not surprising at all.

  8. ClewisWrites says:

    Another Elinor here. It’s funny. My post today was about Sense and Sensibility. I loved the movie with Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet but (and I was an English major) I had never read a single Austen novel. I am starting there and having a bit of a tough time…I will persevere though!

  9. OKC Mom of 3 says:

    This was fun & pretty accurate!
    Mine was “Fanny Price” which is “extremely timid and shy, shrinking from notice”

  10. I’m Elinor Dashwood! Which is so funny, because I LOVE that movie, and related to her from the first time I saw it! Fun post!

    Kristen from The Road to Domestication
    http://www.theroadtodomestication.com

  11. Elizabeth Bennet – which kind of suprised me, I thought I’d be another Elinore. This quiz was really tough if you have no idea who any of those actresses were. πŸ™‚

  12. Patti P says:

    Well I am Elinor Dashwood. So now I am off to make sure I have Sense and Sensibility on my Kindle to read.

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