What Classic Novel Protagonist Are You?
Which class protagonist do you think you’re most like? Do you think you have the intelligence of Sherlock Holmes? Or the dignity of a principal character like Jane Eyre? Or, do you have the child-like wonder of Alice Liddel, the main character of Alice in Wonderland?
Classic novel protagonists run the gamut from governesses to detectives, from aristocratic women to musketeers fighting their way across France. The main thing these protagonists have in common is that they grow and change over the course of the book. These protagonists are intriguing to read about. Readers always root for their favorite main character to succeed in their endeavors.
Take this quiz and find a character you might even connect with! Maybe this quiz could be even a sign to try reading more older novels. Featuring characters from the mid-1900s to the early 1800s, connect with your inner classic principal character today!
A protagonist is a term that refers to the main character in literary stories. In many cases, there is one protagonist that is often paired with one to two other side characters.
The main protagonist also often has an antagonist who is the primary source for conflict for the main characters. A protagonist and antagonist will fight through the book, and the climax of the novel often comes with the protagonist defeats their bad guy. Some examples of a protagonist include Harry Potter, Jane Eyre, Percy Jackson, and Sherlock Holmes.