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Poll: Favorite oft-adapted female literary character from the 19th century

A list of female literary characters who first appeared in the 19th century, often adapted in movies. Limited to protagonist and/or title characters.

Discuss the list here.

Results of 3,329 votes:

  1. 1.

    Elizabeth Bennet

    First published in 1813
  2. 2.

    Jane Eyre

    First published in 1847
  3. 3.


    First published in 1865

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