What Jane Austen heroine are you?

Courtesy of Tamara I give you my results:

:: L I Z Z Y ::

I am Elizabeth Bennet!

You are Elizabeth Bennet of Pride & Prejudice! You are intelligent, witty, and tremendously attractive. You have a good head on your shoulders, and oftentimes find yourself the lone beacon of reason in a sea of silliness. You take great pleasure in many things. You are proficient in nearly all of them, though you will never own it. Lest you seem too perfect, you have a tendency toward prejudgement that serves you very ill indeed.

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Really it was (having to tear apart one’s Austeniqueness.) I do suppose one’s answers on certain questions, as usual, are weighted, while others are not. So in the end, I am Elizabeth Bennett, which is mighty fine. It’d be fine to be nearly any of them, but I do suppose I identify with Lizzy’s character overall the most. ๐Ÿ™‚

About the prejudgement part, that’s not *exactly* it though … ๐Ÿ™‚ this Q. 11. How do you cope with crises? ; I chose this A. You let others deal with it, and congratulate yourself for being right all along.; since it seemed to offer the sense of what it means to see people and situations as something, and then be justified in how it turns out to be right, later, without manipulating it. I surely don’t mean I play games or such, it’s just the “discerning character is often shown to be right in the end” kind of thing, I was thinking.

The next Q. that might have thrown that result: Q. 6. Which most accurately describes your faults? ; That is where the prejudging things stems from In My Estimation, though I didn’t choose that prejudging answer, it was worse: I chose: A.You are often extremely emotional and usually too brutally honest. You’re often short with people who annoy you., which is true when I’m amongst true friends ๐Ÿ˜‰ I don’t externalize my passionate emotionalisticness every time either, though.

Q. 6’s answer that goes as such: A. You have a slight tendency toward prejudice – perhaps you ought to get to know people better before you judge them. ; is the one that is a Lizzy answer, which I didn’t choose. I chose the Marianne Dashwood answer, as detailed in the above paragraph.

Out of 11 Q’s to Answer, I chose 4 very Lizzy answers, so they must be weighty.

There, that’s me, always trying to analyze WHY I got the result I got. I’ll stop before I go too far.

Me, a quiz taker, never a quiz maker, and always a quiz-taker-aparter.

They are a good diversion when diversion is needed, as well.

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