The Persuasion type:This type is quite different
from the other five. They are proud and
unapologetic Romantics and idealists. These
people love the idea of second chances and that
it’s never too late for happiness. They admire
a more mature, kind, and capable heroine. When
not reading Austen, they are captivated by the
Brontes and Percy Shelley

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Oh Jane…

(I hate the Brontes)

I forgot to mention that Captain Wentworth is fantastic.


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    1. Alison Post author

      The idea of a mad woman kept in the attic who sets fire to bridal dresses and houses as an act of revenge, coupled with an early 18th century girl literally living a forest for three days, and a blind and angry bigamist is the best recipe for humour.

      And Wuthering Heights? Even better. I quite enjoy reading a love story in which the heroine is dead not a third of the way through the book, so we have to spend the rest reading about a crazy man wailing on the moors.

      They’re good for a laugh but. What could be funnier than this stuff, especially when it’s presented as serious writing?

  1. haiiroko

    The Pride and Prejudice type: Truly an Austenite,this type is a Romantic at heart, but theyalways keep their head and are wary ofmelodrama. Lively, clever, and independent.These people are easily amused by their ownfoibles and the quirkly foibles of others. Theylament society today, and dream of the timewhen guys were gentlemen and girls were ladies.
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    =D is that good? ^^”

    1. Alison Post author

      If Jane didn’t write Persuasion, then, yes that would be good (Due to Mr Darcy factor). But she did write Persuasion. So now you will be second best. Haha.


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