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Fictional Characters by Description II
Can you pick the fictional American literary characters from the provided description?
Updated Jul 15, 2015
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Fictional Characters by Description
Flirtatious, charming Southern belle who takes
Rhett Butler as her third husband and
saves her beloved plantation Tara.
Malevolent half-Native American, who kills Dr. Robinson
and plans to mutilate the widow Douglas.
Obsessed, one-legged captain of the whaling-ship
Pequod who seeks revenge in capturing the
white whale that cost him his leg.
Native American friend of Hawkeye, who is punished for falling in love with Cora, a white woman.
Pretty, well-behaved orphan known as the 'Glad Girl' since
she remains happy and cheerful in difficult times.
Rebellious 16-year-old who is extremely
judgmental of almost everything and everybody.
Private eye who uses brutal violence to achieve his goals and often views law as an impediment to justice.
Hester Prynne's illegitimate child by
the minister Arthur Dimmesdale.
Ethan's sickly and shrewish wife who banishes Mattie Silver.
Oldest child of his family in Yoknapatawpha County who is preoccupied with his love for his sister and his notion of family honor; commits suicide at the end of his first year at Harvard.
Young girl who saves Wilbur the pig
from being immediately slaughtered.
Kansas girl who finds herself with her dog Toto in an enchanted kingdom after being carried off in a tornado.
Widowed father of Scout and Jem; Southern lawyer who defends a black man accused of the rape of a white woman.
Faded Southern belle who moves in with
her sister, Stella, and brother-in-law, growing
increasingly unstable as her misfortune increases.
Beautiful woman separated from her betrothed
Gabrielle Lajeunesse after the Acadians are
expelled in the Great Upheaval.
Middle-aged successful real estate agent who briefly rebels against middle-class values, abandoning his rebellion for the sake of his family, but becomes wiser from the experience.
Miserly character who steals the Christmas presents
from the residents of Whoville and
subsequently undergoes a transformation.
Tomboyish writer with a hot-temper in contrast to her three sisters, Meg, Beth, and Amy.
Nameless cowboy hero who, when insulted by Trampas, says, 'When you call me that, smile'.
Anti-hero whose primary goal is to avoid risking
his life and tries to escape his absurd situation
of being a pilot by pleading insanity.
Hero in Ernest Hemingway's short stories in the collections In Our Time and Men Without Women.
Unfortunate New Hampshire farmer who sells his soul
to the devil and then seeks to get out of the contract
by hiring a lawyer to defend him in a trial in Hell.
Kind half-witted giant of a man who is killed by his friend George Milton to keep a lynch mob from harming him.
Washington Irving character who falls asleep for
20 years while hunting in the Catskill Mountains and
is not recognized when he returns home.
First-born son and hero of the family of Okies
travelling to California seeking work.
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