Quiz: Tell Us About Yourself And We'll Guess Which Two Jane Austen Heroines Make Up Your Personality!
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Tell Us About Yourself And We'll Guess Which Two Jane Austen Heroines Make Up Your Personality!
By: Khadija L.
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About This Quiz

Jane Austen (December 1775 - July 1817) was an English author who is best known for the novels that she wrote and her interpretation of the British social class. These books include "Sense and Sensibility" (1811), "Pride and Prejudice" (1813), "Mansfield Park" (1814), "Emma" (1816) as well as "Northanger Abbey" and "Persuasion," which were published posthumously. She also began writing "Sandition" but died before it was completed.

Many of the plots were centered around women and their roles in society. Her use of irony and fearlessness of portraying strong female leads in a time where they were not accepted were a few of the many reasons why more than two centuries later, her books are still best sellers. All of her books have been adapted into movies, some of them multiple times, each time outdoing the other. 

Jane has created quite the girl squad in many of her books, but which two characters make up your personality? If you've read any of the books, you would know that any of the characters that you end up with be equally amazing, but will they reflect some of your traits? If you would like to find out the answer to this question, then you should take this quiz!

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