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Jane Austen Related Tests: A Hodgepodge.

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(Rev. George Austen) Steventon: December 17, 1775.

DEAR SISTER,--You have doubtless been for some time in expectation of hearing from Hampshire, and perhaps wondered a little we were in our old age grown such bad reckoners, but so it was, for Cassy certainly expected to have been brought to bed a month ago; however, last night the time came, and without a great deal of warning, everything was soon happily over. We have now another girl, a present plaything for her sister Cassy, and a future companion. She is to be Jenny, and seems to me as if she would be as like Harry as Cassy is to Neddy. Your sister, thank God, is pure well after it.

December 16 is my reserved day every year for simping about Jane Austen. So, here goes a hodgepodge of Jane Austen quizzes. A lot of these tests come from ProProfs. The first two tests are simple Which Character Are You tests out of all books:eek:ne for Jane Austen heroines and another for heroes (which is rare). There's actually a page that explains the results. Heroines are classified as being: practical/romantic, introvert/extrovert, sincere/witty, or progressive/traditional. Heroes are classified as being: practical/romantic, introvert/extrovert, and sincere/calculating.

From Rum&Monkey a Which Jane Austen Heroine Are You quiz. From ZOO: 1) Which Jane Austen Hero Is Your Soulmate? 2) Which Jane Austen Couple Are You and Your (Kephalos: possibly imaginary) Significant Other? 3) What Is Your Jane Austen Name? (Jane Austen picked the names of her characters very carefully) 4) . Piling on the Austenmania: some stuff from Sparknotes, another heroine test and a secondary heroine test.

Some quizzes from the individual books: 1) Which Bennet Sister are you? 2) From Emma 3) Another Emma 4) Sense and Sensibility 5) Mansfield Park (this one has the most interesting characters, I think) 6) Mansfield Park again.

Finally, some Jane Austen related links: Is this woman Jane Austen? This scholar says yes. I'm not qualified to answer, but the newly discovered portrait has a family resemblance to Jane Austen's brothers. There's only one portrait of Jane Austen that is sure to have been done while she was still alive; the most famous portrait of her, which was later given a niptuck by the Bank of England, was made decades later to affix to an edition of her novels.
 
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You got: Eleanor Tilney

You are Eleanor Tilney from Northanger Abbey. It may seem like you are quiet and shy at first, but you really open up when you get to know someone. When you make friends, you make a deep connection with them. Your difficult past makes you stronger and very realistic. You are willing to wait a long time for something or someone you want, even when others disapprove of your choice.

and on the second one:

Fanny Price (Mansfield Park)
Like Fanny Price, you are a virtuous person who can be a bit shy at times. When you fall for someone, you fall hard, but struggle to reveal your true feelings. You won’t compromise your feelings by going for someone you don’t care for and are willing to make sacrifices for love, something others don’t always understand. You have gotten used to being judged by those who don’t know you, but those who get close to you, discover a very loyal and loving friend. By just being yourself, you have charmed many people.

both deep cuts that i'm not too familiar with. my mother keeps a leather-bound complete works of jane austen on her nightstand, though.

Which Bennet Sister are you?
You Got:
Elizabeth
Headstrong, vivacious, and witty, you are often taken for the second-oldest Bennet sister, Elizabeth. You also love sparking conversation and you are more than willing to get your petticoats dirty. Elizabeth reminds you a lot of yourself, and you admire her ability to call her own shots. Hands down, Elizabeth is your favorite.
 

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Hero and heroine tests first.

You got: Edmund Bertram

You are Edmund Bertram from Mansfield Park. You tend to do what you feel is right and don't understand why other people don't act the same way. You go out of your way to make sure everyone is happy and comfortable. Even when you are tempted away from your morals, you respect those that stick to theirs. You tend to over-idealize the person you like, but if you keep your eyes open, you might find that the perfect someone has been with you all along.

You got: Eleanor Tilney

You are Eleanor Tilney from Northanger Abbey. It may seem like you are quiet and shy at first, but you really open up when you get to know someone. When you make friends, you make a deep connection with them. Your difficult past makes you stronger and very realistic. You are willing to wait a long time for something or someone you want, even when others disapprove of your choice
 

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Rum&Monkey Heroine Test

Elizabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice)
You are Elizabeth Bennet, witty, charming and with a great sense of humor. You are not afraid to speak your mind in certain situations. You also have a very open perspective on life, which makes it easy for people to relate to you and open up to you. Like Elizabeth, you connect to people intellectually and have a playful sense of humor that does not offend. You are a great judge of character, but also always try to see the best in others and will help where you can. With your wit and courage you will overcome whatever life throws your way.

Name Test

You Got: Neville Plumtree

A fussy Episcopal reverend from the country, you're more particular about your dinner than you are about your parishioners' morals. Instead of taking care of your flock, you spend most of your time visiting your wealthier relatives, as they employ skilled French chefs. Jane Austen would have had fun mocking your selfish ways, but we get it ... food is life!

Bennet Sister

You Got: Mary

Most people often mistake you for Mary. As the middle child, Mary is sensible, quiet, and simple. You also like for things to stay the same, and prefer to spend most of your time alone at home. You like Mary's reserved nature and her dedication to keeping her life uncomplicated. Mary has a certain intelligence about her that you have always found admirable.
 

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Emma Test

You Got: Emma Woodhouse

You are the charming, Miss Woodhouse. You're confident in your skills and loved by almost everyone, and you're out to make sure that everyone else is finding love in the world. You seek to be a saint, even when your "good deeds" aren't necessarily requested by others. While you always mean well, be careful not to stick your nose into everyone's business, some people need to learn to live their lives and make their own decisions.

Sense and Sensibility Test

You Got: Elinor Dashwood

You are Elinor, the oldest of the Dashwood girls, she has a great deal of common sense. Like her you prefer to keep your troubles secret, making sure others are bothered with what's going on with yourself. Kind and caring you are the defining character that helps give this book it's name.
 

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Mansfield Park Tests

You got: Fanny Price

YOU ARE....FANNY PRICE!
You are the one who does her best to stay in the shadows, and keep out of notice. There is nothing wrong with being shy, but your greatest fault is that you let everyone else take advantage of you. You have a generally sweet character, and try to pitch in and do your share, even when it means taking disagreeable tasks.

You got: Mary Crawford

You are smart and bold, you know what you want and fight for it. Manipulation is your best tool, but be careful not to overestimate your influence.

I had to skip the significant other/soulmate test.
 

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1)Elinor Dashwood (Sense and Sensibility)
Like Elinor you are a sensible person and have a very practical approach to life. You are good at hiding your feelings, but you do open up to those who know you well enough. You are a strong person and have a very balanced view on life, but deep down you are also quite the romantic. Facing difficult situations, you always rise above them with a practical solution. Your loved ones know that you are extremely loyal and see you as a trusted advisor. You will often place the needs of others above that of your own. Remember to be a bit selfish every now and then and just treat yourself!

Only did the heroine test.
 

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You got: Elizabeth Bennet

You are Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice. Neither wealth nor status could convince you to marry someone you dislike: only love can ensure your happiness. You never shy away from speaking your mind, even to those who outrank you. You greatly enjoy mingling with amiable society. Although you feel deeply and passionately, your sharp mind and sharper tongue gain you the admiration of many. You defy the limitations of your society, scorning rules that you find old-fashioned.

You got: William Walter Elliot

You are William Walter Elliot from Persuasion. You are rather quiet, but are sociable when necessary. Although you have very practical goals, romance can sneak up on you and catch you off guard. Sometimes your love and your ambitions are at odds, making your life very complicated.


Which Jane Austen Heroine Are You
Fanny Price (Mansfield Park)
Like Fanny Price, you are a virtuous person who can be a bit shy at times. When you fall for someone, you fall hard, but struggle to reveal your true feelings. You won’t compromise your feelings by going for someone you don’t care for and are willing to make sacrifices for love, something others don’t always understand. You have gotten used to being judged by those who don’t know you, but those who get close to you, discover a very loyal and loving friend. By just being yourself, you have charmed many people.

Which Jane Austen Hero Is Your Soulmate?
You Got:
Henry Tilney
You like your fellas to be smart, and few of Jane Austen's leading men are more intelligent than Henry Tilney from "Northanger Abbey." While his bookish attitude can be a little arrogant at times, he doesn't mean it in a bad way. He's kind and has a genuine willingness to understand your opinions as he shares his. This conversationalist can make hours seem like minutes.

Which Jane Austen Couple Are You and Your Significant Other?
You Got:
Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy
You and your significant other are just like Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy from "Pride and Prejudice." Your relationship may have gotten off to a rocky start, but over time you both grew to love and appreciate each other’s qualities. Out of all of the couple’s futures, yours is certainly the brightest.

What Is Your Jane Austen Name?
You Got:
Mary Sheldon
Meek and mild, you nonetheless come from an aristocratic background and had an excellent education. In other words, there's more to you than meets the eye. Beneath your simple clothes, a beauty lurks ... one who may be about to catch the attention of our dashing hero. Will you accept his suit, or are you too shy? Read on to find out!

How Would Jane Austen Describe Your Love Life?
''WHERE THE HEART IS REALLY ATTACHED, I KNOW VERY WELL HOW LITTLE ONE CAN BE PLEASED WITH THE ATTENTION OF ANY BODY ELSE.''

You believe life is all about finding your one true love, and you're not about to waste your time on Tindr dating an endless stream of "Netflix and chill"-kinda guys. You're searching for a soul mate, and there's no way you'll settle for anything less.

Which Jane Austen Novel Do You Belong In?
SENSE AND SENSIBILITY
You belong in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. Yep, that’s the adaptation with Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson that isn’t Love, Actually or Harry Potter. Anyway, your life is full of romantic missteps and outright debauchery. You will fall in love with the wrong person at least once, and you will become terribly ill because of this. In the end, however, your soul mate will be conveniently jilted by his betrothed, freeing him up to marry you instead. Isn’t that always the way? lol

Which Jane Austen Suitor Would You Be Most Compatible With?
MR. KNIGHTLEY
BBC One
You need someone who’s going to call you out on your sh$%, who will challenge you intellectually, whose unfailing compassion for others contrasts your own occasional moral failings—someone like Emma’s Mr. Knightley. He should be a good judge of character, as well as mature, compelling, honest, and responsible. It’s not as sexy as brooding everywhere and smirking a lot, but you don’t need that sort of thing; you need STABILITY, and if it just so happens to come in the form of a hot older gentleman with an egalitarian view of marriage, all the better.

Would You Be Asked To Dance In A Jane Austen Novel?
YOU WILL BE ASKED TO DANCE!
Congratulations! An attractive and eligible bachelor will be asking you for the honor of your hand posthaste! He might even come back and ask again! But he won’t ask more than twice, obviously. What are you, the village harlot? Be sure to brush up on your waltzing. A fine lady’s shot at a decent marriage can be ruined by her inexplicably terrible waltzing. Remember that.

How Compatible Are You And Mr. Darcy?
YOU AND MR. DARCY WOULD BE LESS THAN COMPATIBLE.
You could give it a shot, certainly, but you guys would never last. In all likelihood, you would date for a few months, and then all of the things you didn’t like about him would rear their ugly head with DIZZYING intensity. Had you just never noticed he chews this his mouth open? Had he always been such an inconsistent texter? Were these things new, or had you simply chosen not to see them? After talking it over with your best friend, your therapist, your mom, and some lady in line at the farmer’s market, you would tell him you feel like you guys are better off as friends. He would say he’s been feeling the same way. You would both exit the relationship a little sad but mostly relieved, and life would go on.

Which Jane Austen Heroine Are You?
You got: Elinor Dashwood
Elinor Dashwood
You are Elinor Dashwood! Independent, cautious, dependable and wise beyond your years. You often put others before yourself and you have a realistic outlook on life. You don't share your thoughts or hopes easily, even with those closest to you. But your level-headed kindness will attract the notice of the right kind of people and you'll find your friends are there for you as well.



Which Bennet Sister are you?
You Got:
Jane
Beautiful, kind, and virtuous, you're most often mistaken for the oldest Bennet sister. You’re also shy, charming, and dedicated to seeing the best in others. You can appreciate Jane's choices to remain true to herself despite any circumstances that life may through at her. You admire the way she carries herself, and you take inspiration from her character.

What Sense and Sensibility Character Are You?
You Got:
Marianne Dashwood
Two years younger than Elinor, Marianne is emotional and romantic. Very intelligent she reads the romantic poets and plays the piano. Like Marianne you prefer to express exactly what you're feeling and you hold nothing back. Determined and forthright you go after what you desire and damn anyone who stands in your way.
 
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