April Meme: Question #9

Hi clubbers!! We’re excited to be posting our April meme question for the club!

Here’s the question this month, contributed by Payton from All Things Bright and Beautiful –who joined the club in March of 2012. Just a month after joining, Payton asked our comparatively small club (of about twenty-five members) a great question –

see future questions for this meme

“Who is hands-down the best literary hero, in your opinion? Likewise, who is the best heroine?”

This question was posed to the group at our founder’s blog back in April 2012, where the  club was originally hosted. Since we liked the question so much, we thought we’d revive it. Thanks, Payton!

Feel free to answer over at your blog any time in April, and leave the link to your post in the Mister Linky widget below.

(Answers can be as thorough or brief as you like, but let’s share and connect, eh?)

Remember to check out this page for details! And then check out one another’s posts! 🙂

Twitter hashtag: #ccmeme

“Reading” – Auguste Renoir (1890-1895)


13 thoughts on “April Meme: Question #9

  1. Pingback: November Meme: Question #35 | The Classics Club

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  3. Hm tough one this. there are protagonists I think are brilliant characters but don’t really demonstrate heroic characteristics. It might take me a whole month to think of an answer for this one


  4. Haha, I have a whole series dedicated to my “latest literary” heroes, heroines, villains, and “facepalms” on my blog. I don’t think I could pick just one. Though Faramir is pretty high on my list of heroes, even though he’s only a secondary hero 🙂


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