I’ve been tagged by GSE over at Really Quite Useful.

I have to say which character from a book I resemble most closely.  I’ve given this some thought and decided that I am an eclectic mix of the following:

1) Bryony (as a child) in Atonement by Ian McEwan;

2) Dorothea in Middlemarch by George Eliot and

3) Delia Grinstead in Ladder of Years by Anne Tyler

because I:

1) Obsess over the unimportant and am easily frustrated;

2) Tend to confuse the pretentious with the intelligent and

3) Find myself tempted to run away and start again (occasionally).

Of course, I could be wrong. Perhaps I am King John in King John’s Christmas by A.A. Milne.

I tag: Tim Footman at Cultural Snow, Lisa at My Salad Dressing Days, BiB at Broke in Berlin, Sylvia at Milena Delle Fortezze and Valerie at In the Mirror of Ultimate Wonder

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2 Responses to Tagged

  1. BiB says:

    Can’t really think of anyone. My mind temporarily lingered on Peter, who’s a moany queen in The Berlin Novels, so I’ll settle for him. But a flick through the book to find a decent passage hasn’t come up trumps.

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