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    andrea marr from Girl by blake nelson.

    and i always wanted to be nancy drew.

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    i identified with Hungry Joe in Catch-22 but only because we are both psychotically sensitive to noise. other than that, nobody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by literaryvamp
    Number one is Anne Shirley, or at least she's the character I'd most like to be like. I had a journal where I carried on conversations with her. I loved her because she was a hopeless romantic who loved to read & write, and she got Gilbert Blythe in the end.
    Doesn't everyone relate to Anne? :-)

    Also, I always wanted to be Heidi, living on the mountain with Grandfather, eating bread and cheese.

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    i always thought i related to amy sedaris in 'Me Talk Pretty One Day' by david sedaris...but that was definetly wishful thinking because she's way more cooky awesome than i ever was but i thought it would be great to be like that

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    I don't know how much I'm like her, but I definitely admire Granny Weatherwax in the Discworld books by Terry Pratchett.

    Hermione from Harry Potter reminds me very much of myself when I was in school.

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    Eloise! Yes, from Kay Thompson's children's classic.

    I have an active imagination and internal voice and as ashamed as I am to admit it, I can act bratty like her too :)

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    Elizabeth Bennett: all the way esp when i was younger..

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    I really identify with Dorothea Callum, from the Swallows and Amazons books, because she is a novelist, but she has more idea's than she can deal with, and rarely gets past the opening lines. Also, she likes to sail, but she barely ever gets a chance, and isn't very experienced. I would never write novels like Dorothea, though. Her's are very dramatic, and romantic. I like my storys full of adventure, rather than emotion.

    Also, Nan Linnet, from Linnets and Valerians, by Elizabeth Goudge. She's very domestic.

    EDIT to add Nan.

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    I'm reading Henry James' What Maisie Knew and I must say I really relate to Maisie. My parents are not divorced or anything, but I relate to the way she understands the adults around her in a childish yet accurate way. That said, she is still very naive, like me.


 
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