Favorite Jane Austen Novel.

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Favorite Jane Austen Novel.

Lola Park Lola Park
Anyone who reads Jane Austen is very particular about their favorite hero and heroine. Which is your favorite and why?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Pride and Prejudice - Elizabeth and Darcy
dv8 , Stagger13 , namelesschaos
3  (43%)
Sense and Sensibility - Marriane and Brandon, Elenor and Edward
KyotoAngel
1  (14%)
Northanger Abbey - Catherine and Tilney
Emma - Emma and Knightley
Silverdrop , wetone123
2  (29%)
Persuasion - Anne and Wentworth
Lola Park
1  (14%)
Mansfield Park - Fanny and Edward.
Total votes: 7
Poll is closed
01/19/2012
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Lola Park Lola Park
Quote:
Originally posted by Lola Park
Anyone who reads Jane Austen is very particular about their favorite hero and heroine. Which is your favorite and why?
For myself its Persuasion..the fact that Anne and Wentworth make their way back to one another after so long apart and so much bitterness. Its a classic story of true love conquers all.
01/19/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by Lola Park
Anyone who reads Jane Austen is very particular about their favorite hero and heroine. Which is your favorite and why?
Sense and Sensibility, I love how it ends. And you know what, Whilloughby can go suck on a hornet's nest. =.=
Colonel Brandon was a much better man for Marriane in the end, sure he wasn't her first choice but he's still a catch.
01/23/2012
namelesschaos namelesschaos
Pride and Prejudice as that is the only one I...watched the move version of...because the cover of the porno version caught my eye
01/24/2012
Silverdrop Silverdrop
Gotta be Emma. I'm not as fond of the stick-in-the-mud Mr Knightly as some of the other heroes, but Emma is hands down my favourite of the heroines. She's passionate, loving, open-hearted, and is always, always screwing up. And there are so many wonderful supporting characters in the book, like Miss Bates, Mr Weston, Mrs Elton, Frank Churchill, and dear old Mr Woodhouse. I love them all.
01/24/2012
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Unique posters: 4