Quiz: Which Bennet Sister are you?
Which Bennet Sister are you?
By: Ashley Duncan
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About This Quiz

English author, Jane Austen, is well-known for her novel, Pride and Prejudice. Released in 1813, it followed a young woman, Elizabeth Bennet, who falls in love while learning the lesson that you really can't judge a book by its cover! In the novel, Mr. Bennet, Elizabeth's fathe,r is hoping to marry off one of his daughter's to a well-to-do man so that in the event of his death, his family will be taken care of. Mr. Bennet has five daughters to worry about: Jane, Mary, Kitty, Lydia, and of course, Elizabeth.

While the novel was released in 1813, in 2005, we got the chance to see one of the more favorable film versions starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfayden. With all these characters that come to life, which sister are you?

Are you the eldest, Jane? Beautiful and kind, you might be a bit shy, but that just adds to your appeal. Or are you like the youngest, Lydia? She can be self-centered and stubborn, but she always remains true to herself. Rather, are you like the favorite, Elizabeth? Outspoken and intelligent, you might be initially prejudiced, but you are able to overcome any character flaws.

Which Bennet sister are you? Are you Mary or Kitty? Elizabeth or Jane? There's only one way to find out!

Take this quiz and we'll tell you if you'd be marrying Darcy or Bingley.

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