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Kathy
93

Kathy is a natural caretaker who strives to find hope in even the darkest of times. See them in Never Let Me Go.

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Marlena Rosenbluth
99

As Marlena Rosenbluth is finding out, confidence in the limelight doesn't always translate to power at home. See them in Water for Elephants.

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Robbie Turner
129

Robbie Turner has been accused of a crime he never committed, changing the course of his life forever. See them in Atonement.

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Lyra Belacqua
442

Lyra Belacqua is prone to getting in trouble, but she's also clever enough to get out of it. Most of the time. See them in The Golden Compass.

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Jean-Baptiste Grenouille
101

Jean-Baptiste Grenouille may have a phenomenal sense of smell, but he has a weak sense of morality. See them in Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.

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Meggie Folchart
634

A girl who grew up on stories, Meggie Folchart is as loyal and intrepid as one of her fictional heroines. See them in Inkheart.

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Miss Havisham
169

Miss Havisham is the creepiest old rich lady in town. See them in Great Expectations.

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Sabriel
81

Sabriel is smart enough to understand the dangers that await her and brave enough to face them anyway. See them in Abhorsen Series.

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Catherine Linton
220

Catherine Linton was once spontaneous and rowdy but ever since marrying the wealthy Edgar, she has morphed into a boiling pot of emotional outbursts. See them in Wuthering Heights.

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Natasha Rostova
138

Romantic, impulsive, and captivated by the joys of life, Natasha Rostova is on the messy path of growing up. See them in War and Peace.

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Dorian Gray
520

This beautiful aesthete wins the hearts of both ladies and men. But Dorian Gray also happens to have his soul sealed in a painting. See them in Dorian Gray.

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Anna Karenina
255

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.