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My parents are both pastors and once I was fucking this one dude who’s dad was the pastor of the rival church and he whispered ‘talk biblical to me’ so i started reciting Psalms  23 and we ended up getting into a competition of who could recite the most bible versus before they cummed

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lordmelchett asked: Hi! I'm doing a biig project in a couple of months and I'm pretty sure I'm going to choose the topic "Literary Heroines" (along the lines of Jane Eyre and Hester Prynne). I just wondered, what characters do you think qualify as the greatest heroines? Your blog is fantastic!



Well, that depends on your definition of both “heroine” and “literature” (why yes, I am that annoying English teacher). Is it any well-written female character? A female character who displays extraordinary courage in some way? A relatable and moral character we can learn from? Anyway, here are some of my picks off the top of my head:

*Rosalind (As You Like It, William Shakespeare)
*Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins).
*Hermione Granger (Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling)
*Sansa Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire, George R.R. Martin)
*Elizabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen)
*Éowyn (The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien)
*Margaret Hale (North and South, Elizabeth Gaskell)
*Lucy Honeychurch (A Room With A View, E.M. Forster)
*Anne Shirley (Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery)
*Scout Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee)

Ursula Iguaran Buendia (100 Years of Solitude, Gabriel Garcia Marquez)

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