Jane Austen Character Book Tag

With the release of the recent adaption of Jane Austen‘s Persuasion, it seems like a good time for the Jane Austen Character Book Tag. I found the original tag on Anne with a Book’s Madame Writer Blog. As always, everyone is welcome to participate. Don’t forget to tag Anne with a Book and myself so that we can see your answers.

Elizabeth Bennett (P&P)

(a book filled with prejudices, whether by a character or the author themselves)

The Poisoned City. Jane Austen Character Book Tag
https://chasingdestino.com/2018/12/04/the-poisoned-city-bookreview/

The Poisoned City is about the Flint water crisis and the prejudices that led to it.

John Willoughby (S&S)

(a book with a lovely cover but little substance inside, a.k.a., a bad book with a good cover)

Anne Elliot (Persuasion)

(a book you read when you were young which you still love)

Where the Sidewalk Ends
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/30119.Where_the_Sidewalk_Ends

Fanny Price (Mansfield Park)

(a book which is unassuming but deeply moving once you get below the surface)

In The Country We Love: Book Riot #bookreview

Catherine Morland (Northanger Abbey)

(a book filled with imagination, whether it’s a fantasy world or imaginative language)

Moonlocket Jane Austen Book Tag
Moonlocket: #bookreview

Mr. Collins (P&P)

(a book/character which takes itself way too seriously)

The Resurrection of Joan Ashby. Jane Austen Book Tag
The Resurrection of Joan Ashby: #bookreview

Joan Ashby’s son takes himself very seriously.

Marianne Dashwood (S&S)

(a book which is extremely emotional)

The Joy Luck Club. Jane Austen Book Tag
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7763.The_Joy_Luck_Club

Captain Frederick Wentworth (Persuasion)

(a book about the ocean that you love or hate)

The Weight of a Thousand Oceans: #bookreview

Edmund Bertram (Mansfield Part)

(a book character who is oblivious)

Mercurial: #bookreview

The Destroyer becomes oblivious due to amnesia.

General Tilney (Northanger Abbey)

(a book character who is obsessed with money/material gains)

The Spanish Daughter: #bookreview

Puri’s brother-in-law, Laurent, seems greedy.

Mr. Darcy (P&P)

(a fictional love interest who is both perfect and flawed)

The Silence of The Girls: Women in MythAThon

Achilles is perfectly flawed.

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