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Embarrassing Fictonal Crushes

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Strong Poison (Lord Peter Wimsey)
Strong Poison (Lord Peter Wimsey)
"I still haven't really got over the fact that urbane, sensitive, witty, cultured, ironic, diffident, compassionate, talkative Lord Peter Wimsey is not a real person."
Pride and Prejudice (Collector's Library)
Pride and Prejudice (Collector's Library)
"And neither is haughty, intelligent, dark, restrained Mr Darcy..."
Gone with the Wind
Gone with the Wind
"...nor suave, sarcastic, ruthless Rhett Butler (who, by the way, set the trend for fictional male totty to "move with feline grace")."
The Scarlet Pimpernel
The Scarlet Pimpernel
"Another blonde, foppish English aristocrat that I just can't get enough of."
Jane Eyre (Oxford World's Classics)
Jane Eyre (Oxford World's Classics)
"Good old Mr Rochester - brutish, joli-laid, brooding, passionate. He surely must have been Charlotte Bronte's fantasy crush?"
The Lord of the Rings (3 Book Box set)
The Lord of the Rings (3 Book Box set)
"A hard battle between Legolas and Aragorn... but I'm leaning towards Aragorn. Even more embarrassing, or maybe just plain odd, is that in the film version I found the hobbit Sam strangely attractive."
Jamaica Inn (VMC)
Jamaica Inn (VMC)
"Well, you gotta have a no-good bit-of-rough in there, and why not Jem from Jamaica Inn? A womanising horse thief who abandons you on your first date - bring it on! We girls are weird."
Lady Chatterley's Lover
Lady Chatterley's Lover
"No comments. No, seriously - no comments."
North and South (Norton Critical Editions)
North and South (Norton Critical Editions)
"Mr Thornton - a surprise entry courtesy of Richard Armitage in the BBC adaption, scowling sexily under his hat brim and generally giving Darcy a fight for his money."