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Beth March
234

Beth March is the glue that holds her family together. See them in Little Women.

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Meg March
327

Meg March might yearn for a life of ballgowns and diamond necklaces, but the boy she falls for doesn't have a penny to his name. See them in Little Women.

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Emma Woodhouse
639

Emma Woodhouse knows what's best for everyone else. Just don't try to tell her what to do. See them in Emma.

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Amy March
542

Amy March blends her naturally artistic spirit with a sense of practicality. See them in Little Women.

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Jane Eyre
816

Sharply perceptive and stubbornly principled, Jane Eyre might not have a very loud voice, but she knows when and how to use it. See them in Jane Eyre.

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Wendy Darling
319

Wendy Darling loves storytelling and flying. See them in Peter Pan.

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Donna Carmichael
388

Donna Carmichael is a free-spirited single mom and gracefully aging hippie. See them in Mamma Mia!.

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Allie Hamilton
300

Prim and proper Allie Hamilton was raised to follow the rules. But she's got a fiery rebellious side too. See them in The Notebook.

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Susan Pevensie
391

Susan Pevensie is sensible, practical, and fiercely protective of those she loves. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.

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Anna Karenina
509

Anna Karenina doesn't want to be a respectable woman any more. She thinks respect was invented to cover the empty place where love should be. See them in Anna Karenina.

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Elizabeth Bennet
1988

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Elizabeth Bennet doesn't suffer fools or prideful men. See them in Pride & Prejudice.

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John Keating
347

The biggest lesson from this inspiring teacher? Carpe diem. See them in Dead Poets Society.