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Which Victorian Short Story Character Are You Most Like?

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In my free time you’re most likely to find me…

My greatest weakness is…

My best friend is…

What is on your bucket list?

What is your life philosophy?

My spirit animal is…

Which Victorian Short Story Character Are You Most Like?
Sherlock Holmes

You may not be the most warm and friendly person, but your amazing intelligence and impeccable logic are admired by all. You’re always ready to take on a challenge, and the people you go up against never stand a chance. Read about Sherlock in The Adventure of the Speckled Band.
Princess Innygreth

You are a free spirit with a good heart. You hate injustice and will do whatever it takes to protect the people you love. Your kindness, empathy, and ability to think outside the box make you a great leader. Read about Princess Innygreth in Blind Love.
Kate Shafto

You may not be flashy, but your sparkling wit and intelligence capture the attention of anyone who talks to you. You have a way with words and your quiet beauty grows on people as they get to know you. Though you are generally well-behaved you do enjoy some mystery and romance. Read about Kate in A Clandestine Correspondence.
Matthew Dolan

Though you have a temper at times, you never let your anger get in the way of doing what’s right. You’re never a sore winner or a sore loser, and you’re always fair to everyone, even your enemies. When you become friends with someone, you are friends for life. Read about Matthew in The Fight of Hell-Kettle.
“Stalky” Corkran

You don’t always play by the rules, in fact you don’t much care for rules at all. However, your street-smarts and quick thinking mean you never get caught. You are charismatic and a natural leader. Your cleverness and penchant for pranks make you fun to be around. Read about Stalky in Stalky & Co..
Annie Leigh

You are loyal, forgiving, and charitable. You try to be compassionate and not judge others too harshly. Even when most people would give up on someone, you keep trying to help them however you can. Your drive to help others gives you hope and purpose in life. Read about Annie in Lizzie Leigh, Part 1.