#FF What protagonist is most like you? {16-12-2016}


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This week’s prompt:

What protagonist is most like you?

A good book has the capacity to make a character come alive. Vivid descriptions, character development and inner dialogue bring protagonists to life, creating a ‘person’ with whom readers can relate. These literary techniques allow readers to see a bit of themselves in the character – shared quirks, strengths, vulnerabilities, and values. Now it’s your chance to discover which literary character you’re most like. If you ever felt as brave as Harry Potter, as stubborn as Elizabeth Bennet, or as virtuous as Atticus Finch, then this is the quiz for you!

Quiz scource: Goodnet Quiz


Elizabeth Bennett

Like Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, you’re a romantic. Nothing can stop you from following your dreams and your heart. You’re clever, witty, and charming, but often stubborn and quick to judge. Your self-assurance draws others to you, and people are impressed by your honesty and virtue.

Try the Quiz and find out who you are most like!


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3 thoughts on “#FF What protagonist is most like you? {16-12-2016}

  1. Pingback: Sunday Post {18-12-2016} | TFaulc Book Reviews

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