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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiculík View Post
    My first one would be Laurie, from Alcott's Little Women. That was when I was 8.
    Well, I love Gilbert Blythe from Montgomery's Anne-series <3
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    Carl Joseph von Trotta from The Radetzky March by Joseph Roth, even though he's a male and I'm not gay.

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    I forgot to mention that I also adored Betty Boop:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiculík View Post
    My first one would be Laurie, from Alcott's Little Women. That was when I was 8.
    Oh my gosh. I forgot about Laurie. Yes, he was just lovely. =)
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    For a long time, I was confused about Laurie's gender. His name sounded so feminine but his character came across as masculine.
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    omg! im not the only one! i luuuuuuuuuuuurve edward cullen.. he makes me giddy inside. :3

    id also ahve to agree with L form death note (kawaii) (again not only one.. though my friend is in love with him too, so..)

    and of course, tamaki from host club (manga). he just so sexy and wonderful!!! ("tamaki! stop cultivating wild mushrooms in unknown rooms!") and if were going on host club, i must also give honory mention to hikaru and mori. *sighs*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niamh View Post
    I'm okay with that!
    Huh... I always did think he was the best of her heroes.

    You do all realise this is rather ridiculous dont you? But has anyone notice a recent serge in fiction where one of these charcters jumps out of the book?
    Im sure a couple of months ago I shelved a book called spmething like Mr Darcy and me ... and I rember thinking WHAT?!

    Anyway to join the maddness Ive always been very find of Zorro, of course that statarted when I was long long before I discoverd The Curse of Capistrano.

    John Thornton was a great guy too...
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    Eula Varner in William Faulkner's The Hamlet .

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    My first one would be Laurie, from Alcott's Little Women. That was when I was 8.
    I LOVE Laurie! He is definitley one of my favourites! I tend to fall in love with one of the main male characters from every book I read!

    Mr. Knightley from "Emma"
    Edmund from "The Count of Monte Cristo"
    Rhett Butler....mmmm..
    And many others!

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    Rhett Butler was real though.... or am I getting the actor and charcter mixed up? I alaways thought the actor was Butler?
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    Rhet butler is the character, Clark Gable is the guy who played him.
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    dohh Im such idiot sometimes...
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    Vittoria Colonna from The Agony and the Ecstasy by Irving Stone, although she was a real person, not a fictional character.

    Here's a picture of her drawn by Michelangelo himself:

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    com-pas-sion (n.) [ME. & OFr. <LL. (Ec.) compassio, sympathy < compassus, pp. of compati, to feel pity < L. com-, together + pali, to suffer] sorrow for the sufferings or trouble of another or others, accompanied by an urge to help; deep sympathy; pity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightshade View Post
    dohh Im such idiot sometimes...
    no your not.
    "Come away O human child!To the waters of the wild, With a faery hand in hand, For the worlds more full of weeping than you can understand."
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    One would have to be Satsuko from Diary of a Mad Old Man by Tanizaki; also Mallory from the Carol O'Connell novels. Something about those bad girls, gets me every time...

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