Because you like Jo March in Little Women
Beth March is the glue that holds her family together. See them in Little Women.
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.
Emma Woodhouse knows what's best for everyone else. Just don't try to tell her what to do. See them in Emma.
Amy March blends her naturally artistic spirit with a sense of practicality. See them in Little Women.
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.
Wendy Darling loves storytelling and flying. See them in Peter Pan.
Donna Carmichael is a free-spirited single mom and gracefully aging hippie. See them in Mamma Mia!.
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.
Susan Pevensie is sensible, practical, and fiercely protective of those she loves. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.
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.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that Elizabeth Bennet doesn't suffer fools or prideful men. See them in Pride & Prejudice.
The biggest lesson from this inspiring teacher? Carpe diem. See them in Dead Poets Society.