Quiz: Which Female Novelist Are You? Find Out

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Jane Austen

You are most like Jane Austen. You are a true ‘Janiete’ weather you like it or not. Intelligent and witty, you are still attractive to people because you do not show off your knowledge nor use sarcasm to hurt them. Men are dawn to you because you maintain a healthy attitude to flirting, romance and love. Love is a delight but a mystery to you. While you love being in love, to you it happens without your control or involvement. When the passion swirls you, you can not resist its beauty, but at the same time you know that in relationships, a woman is the one who will end up with a broken heart. Now, when the broken heart can be healed what are you going to do with a broken reputation?! You well realize that men and women are not equal in marriage but you are unsure how to fight for justice. And this is why you fight with the easy means accessible to women: a playful smile, a curl out of place, a gentle blush. And if he is not smitten, it is his loss! Based on your personality profile, a Mike Wells book that you would enjoy is Secrets of the Elusive Lover.  

Charlotte Bronte

You are most like Charlotte Bronte. You do not need nor do you want to advertise yourself. You do not care to be noticed for being loud and crass. You can wait and be appreciated for the truly important things, such as: dignified decorum, strong morals and depth of thought. You look at the world with steady and uncompromising gaze. And you actually enjoy being on your own and contemplating in silence and solitude. After all, you have been blessed with an imagination that will always keep you entertained. You have always delighted in the fictitious world of your own. Others may think you lacking in cheerfulness, but you simply do not care to be used as entertainment. You also know that love, relationships and marriage require hard work on your part. You can and will make it work even if means that you have to lose yourself in the task. Admit it, though, you still have not figured out men. You are clever enough to know that a woman should seem weak even if she has health of a horse, fragile even if she has nerves of steel and delicate if she has sensibilities of a peasant midwife. You upbringing does not let you ask ‘why’ and you are more and more tempted to retire to the silent and mysterious world of your own...  

Agatha Christie

You are most like Agatha Christie. Ok, you do not care for kittens, you do not find all babies adorable and you despise anything with pink lace. In fact, you enjoy the transparency of the mathematical formulae and the elegance of the chemical equation. You also learned early that you have to keep these preferences to yourself. Not that you care to be necessarily liked by everybody. In fact, you find it unsettling to be a centre of attention. You never know when information about you can be used with evil intent and you would rather remain unnoticed than reveal too much of your personality to idle eyes. You prefer to observe and to analyse events and not to influence them. You do not see why women make such a big fuss about being be married.  Do they really want to do all this hard work just because they fancy someone?  You believe that the poor souls who cannot live without a man have to get married, but too many people do without a good reason. In order for a woman to be strong she must remain sensible and confident, but you certainly do not see why one should proclaim this simple truth as a revolutionary discovery!  

Emily Dickenson

You are most like Emily Dickenson. You give of yourself without restraint, without hesitation and without expecting gratitude. For all who search, for all who are lost in the mystic labyrinths of their souls, you are willing to provide a guiding light. A fragile, almost transparent silhouette, are you a spirit or are you also a woman of flesh? Sometimes you are not sure yourself... It is fascinating to you how susceptible human imagination is to a little theatrics; perhaps that is what your great predecessor meant when he said that ‘all the world's a stage/and all the men and women merely players.’ You are not interested in the petty matters of the Earth; you have seen the futility of money and the emptiness of most marriages. But love, the true, immortal love that exists beyond our control, mesmerizes you. Mesmerizing it may be but your sharp mind allows you to adopt the subject of love as a scientific lens through which you study men, women and even your family members. And the creativity starts to flow as soon as you discover something new.  

Margaret Mitchell

You are most like Margaret Mitchell.   You are still bemused about how you ended up in this competitive society where you always need to be stronger, slimmer, more successful. You feel that you need to rediscover your center that would allow you to remember what you are and why you are perfect the way you are. And don’t fret if you have to withdraw from society for a while – you won’t be forgotten! There is no better way to generate gossip than to give no reason for it. In any case you are too smart and too diligent to need to compete. Your special skill is research. If you can collect the right data you can generate scandal, doctoral thesis or bestseller depending on your needs. You would, too, but love interferes.  And when the ‘bad boy’ with a terrible reputation and scandalous demeanor swings your way, the instinct to reform him takes over. At the same time you are not likely to lose yourself. Allure is an instinct with you and, spiked up with a healthy dose of attitude, you can pull off just about anything!    

Harper Lee

You are most like Harper Lee. If you refuse to limit your world to just your own precious self, if the troubles of the humanity and the questions of justice concern you, you are a social realist and a lot like a famous American writer Harper Lee. Like her, you are not likely to hide behind your content little bourgeois life while the world is torn by injustice! Many argue that as a woman you should not try to meddle in a men’s game, but you know that you can be their equal, their comrade or their enemy if they happen to be on the wrong side. No wonder that from your earliest days you were more interested in the boys’ activities and felt a welcome part of their company.  As a result you are not afraid to speak your mind and you are not easily intimidated by a display of power. With your courage and confidence, you really can be one of the people that change the world for the best!  

Virginia Woolf

You are most like Virginia Woolf. The world of an individual is endlessly fascinating to you.  This world has emotions that can be controlled, intellect that can be stimulated, and moods that can be influenced. The more educated and refined the subject of the investigation, the more complex and refined foundation for experiment its cognitive and affective profiles offer. This is why you are never bored in your own company. You are interested in the higher-order processes.  You work on yourself and the others in the most subtle ways because you believe that this is how the deepest impact is achieved. But sometimes even you find yourself tired, and you feel like all your strife for the perfect existence is a chimera you chase. At the same time, you are smart enough to realize that it is not the result, but the journey that is the reward. Well, if so, may the chimera never be caught! Who are better equipped to solve the Secrets of the Elusive Lover than the refined analysts of the human soul, such as you and Virginia Woolf? She would delight in the multitude of the inferences that the novel offers as you will in the straight-forward plot and life-like characters.  

George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans)

You are most like George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans) A contradictory persona, you always search for a place in society. Even as a child you tried to satisfy all your family members and friends at once. You try to be all, a conventional wife and a social activist, a sharp analyst of the human psyche and a sweet friend, the manager of your own life and a safe haven for those who need you. And many do. All the women who are in doubt hope to find confidence in you; those who are shy need you to be their voice and those disempowered look up to you to be their fist. With your open mind, you certainly have the potential to be all these things and more, because nothing human is alien to you. But is it what you want? What about your own life? If you feel like the revolution obscured the romance, like the fight leave no space for affection, perhaps it is time to look into your own heart and remember where it all began...  
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What do you think of marriage?           
    • A. 

      You don't marry someone you can live with, you marry the person who you cannot live without

    • B. 

      To be married is to be absorbed in other person’s life

    • C. 

      A woman should be married, like the decorum demands

    • D. 

      Successful marriage is possible only once

    • E. 

      A woman should not be judged by the fact that she is unmarried

    • F. 

      Stability in marriage is an illusion at best

    • G. 

      It is not necessary to marry to know love and passion

    • H. 

      Happiness in marriage is a matter of chance

  • 2. 
    What gift would make you the happiest?
    • A. 

      A scooter

    • B. 

      A book

    • C. 

      A palette

    • D. 

      White flowers

    • E. 

      A fashionable clutch from Paris

    • F. 

      A loudspeaker

    • G. 

      A chemistry kit

    • H. 

      An écritoire, please

  • 3. 
    What do you think of fashion?
    • A. 

      Clothes is one more way women deceive men

    • B. 

      A clean and old dress is a thousand times more dignified than a fancy and soiled one

    • C. 

      Clothes can tell more about its owner than an autobiography

    • D. 

      With the right attitude a dress made from a curtain flatters the owner

    • E. 

      Always wear one colour only

    • F. 

      One should be comfortable in their clothes

    • G. 

      What is cheap cannot be fashionable

    • H. 

      If I could only afford the clothes that I like...

  • 4. 
    If you were/are a writer what genre would you/do you work in?
    • A. 

      Crime

    • B. 

      Poetry

    • C. 

      Erotic fiction

    • D. 

      Psychological romance

    • E. 

      Historical romance

    • F. 

      Gothic romance

    • G. 

      Playful romance

    • H. 

      Social realism

  • 5. 
    What is your attitude towards romance?
    • A. 

      Sure, why not

    • B. 

      Romance has to be passionate

    • C. 

      It is nobody’s business

    • D. 

      Romance is not fun unless tragic

    • E. 

      Romance is a great platform for experimentation

    • F. 

      If that’s what you want to call it…

    • G. 

      I hope it is not platonic

    • H. 

      Love is important in our lives

  • 6. 
    What is your attitude toward men?
    • A. 

      The only interesting ones have a terrible reputation

    • B. 

      Do they deserve a special attitude?

    • C. 

      Slightly fearful, perhaps?

    • D. 

      You can only get ahead in life if you are a man

    • E. 

      It is difficult to be really close to one

    • F. 

      Gotta love them, but can’t trust them

    • G. 

      They are strange but fascinating creatures

    • H. 

      They are not as interesting as most women think

  • 7. 
    Which statement about money do you agree the most with?
    • A. 

      Much money is made on human suffering

    • B. 

      I would rather starve than beg

    • C. 

      One cannot depend on money

    • D. 

      I do not mind spending on worthwhile things

    • E. 

      Money is the basis of social inequality

    • F. 

      A small gift from a poor man is more precious than an large one from a rich

    • G. 

      Success in life depends partly on the amount of money one has

    • H. 

      Human happiness is impossible without an income

  • 8. 
    As a child you were:
    • A. 

      Impetuous

    • B. 

      Friendly

    • C. 

      Melancholy

    • D. 

      Happy

    • E. 

      Sweet

    • F. 

      Strange

    • G. 

      Moody

    • H. 

      Shy

  • 9. 
    Who were your childhood friends?
    • A. 

      Anybody I wanted to be friends with

    • B. 

      My neighbours’ children

    • C. 

      Girls my age

    • D. 

      Those destined to be talented and famous

    • E. 

      Books

    • F. 

      Mostly boys

    • G. 

      My siblings (family members)

    • H. 

      Products of my imagination, I was told…

  • 10. 
    What brings you the most pleasure?
    • A. 

      Making people think

    • B. 

      Flirting

    • C. 

      Being admired by men

    • D. 

      Seeing new places

    • E. 

      Analysing an unusual character

    • F. 

      A quiet morning alone in the garden

    • G. 

      Music, laughter, dancing

    • H. 

      Hanging around with my buddies

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