Austen-esque

So, I realize there’s no real scientific basis for these quizzes, but do these results seem a little strange to you?

Which Jane Austen heroine are you?
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You scored as Elizabeth Bennet You’re Elizabeth Bennet! Witty, intelligent, and cynical, you’re the heroine most people want to be like.

Elizabeth Bennet
65%
Fanny Price
65%
Anne Elliot
60%
Emma Woodhouse
60%
Catherine Morland
55%
Elinor Dashwood
50%
Marianne Dashwood
45%

Which Jane Austen heroine are you?
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You scored as Fanny Price You’re Fanny Price from Mansfield Park! You are quiet and feel alone most of the time, and you don’t usually speak out. Because of your quiet, sweet nature, you are sometimes used as a most unfortunate scapegoat.

Elizabeth Bennet
65%
Fanny Price
65%
Anne Elliot
60%
Emma Woodhouse
60%
Catherine Morland
55%
Elinor Dashwood
50%
Marianne Dashwood
45%

It’s neck and neck, people, neck and neck between Lizzie and Fanny. I had to answer a tie-breaker (and it was pretty obvious which one to pick, depending on who you wanted to be).

Is it possible to be witty, intelligent, and cynical and quiet, mild-mannered, and sweet-tempered? Perhaps it all depends on one’s multi-tasking skills.

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5 responses to “Austen-esque

  1. What fun! And what mother isn’t a master multi-tasker, packing at least one or two secret identities in her purse or pocket?

    I’ve got my results on my blog.

  2. I ended up as Marianne Dashwood, with Elizabeth Bennett just behind. I don’t think you can be Elizabeth and Fanny simultaneously, even if you are a massive multi-tasker. 😉

  3. Ha! You embody the best of all Austen heroines! I was way on the Elinor Dashwood side.

    Just looking at your blog homepage. I don’t see your name anywhere. Maybe that’s the way you like it.

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