Which Literary Couple Are You And Your Significant Other?
Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan from “The Great Gatsby”
You two are a presence to behold and your friends can’t stop thinking about how perfect you are together. You have the type of relationship where you can not see each other for years and then pick up right where you left off, and behind your elegant and polite demeanor is a passion that few in this world experience.
Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger from “Harry Potter”
Your relationship is a great balance of teasing and mutual support, and you’re not about flaunting your love life to everyone. You know what you have, and you cherish it, and individually, you two are amazing friends and loved by pretty much everybody ever.
Anna Karenina and Count Vronsky from “Anna Karenina”
You knew you liked each other at first sight, but, beyond that, your relationship is anything but cheesy. You have a strong physical and emotional bond that only you understand and you’re willing to make big sacrifices for your relationship, no matter what anyone else thinks.
Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy from “Pride and Prejudice”
Your significant other is the smartest person you know and your opinionated natures magically draw you closer than push you away. You may even have started out disliking each other, only to soon learn that you were strangely and beautifully compatible.
Your relationship is overflowing with feelings, and your affection for each other far surpasses what other people think of you. Your relationship is one in a million, and people envy and obsess over your amazing dynamic and the selflessness you both exhibit when together.
Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark from “The Hunger Games”
You are each other’s support systems, and while people love seeing you together, your relationship is far more than just a show. You can tell each other things you can’t with anyone else, and your kind and thoughtful natures are what will keep you together forever.
Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester from “Jane Eyre”
It may have taken a while for you guys to get together, but once you realized your feelings, you just couldn’t be apart. Your love transcends looks or shallowness and you both maintain your individuality while also enjoying doing almost everything together.
Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters from “The Fault in Our Stars”
You live for the moment and your compassion for each other is unrivaled. You each always think of the other person’s feelings and your unbridled kindness toward each other inspires even your most cynical friends to give love a chance.
Celie and Shug Avery from “The Color Purple”
You both know that you deserve the best in life, and you refuse to settle for anyone who doesn’t respect you. Hence why you’re together — you both possess the sensitivity and intelligence for a fulfilling relationship, and you are constantly growing and learning together.
Charlie and Sam from “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”
Until you met each other, you didn’t quite know how good a relationship could be. You are both creative and sensitive, and always want to give the other person as much as you can — which would be tiring with anyone but your significant other.
Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo from “Game of Thrones”
You are both incredibly driven and outspoken individuals, yet you get along and help each other rather than butt heads, making you a force to be reckoned with. That being said, you aren’t all business, and can totally dole out the cutesy nicknames and cuddles.
Count Almásy and Katharine Clifton from “The English Patient”
You’re not really into broadcasting your affections for each other, and you may even be a little introverted, but that somehow only strengthens your relationship. You savor the subtle and meaningful moments in your time together and have an ability to shut the whole world out when you’re together.
You can give anyone who questions long-distance relationships a run for their money, as you’d totally be able to maintain your bond no matter how physically far apart you are from each other. You just aren’t into shallow hookups or flings, and you don’t get the point of a relationship if you can’t just wait for each other.
Jack Twist and Ennis del Mar from “Brokeback Mountain”
You are both on the shy and introspective side, but that doesn’t mean you’re lacking in passion — you just like to keep it hidden around everyone but your significant other. Deep down, you have a relationship that few will experience or truly understand, and you embrace it.
Orpheus and Eurydice from Greek mythology
You have the kind of love that makes everyone turn their heads (in a good way), and you have no idea what you’d do if something happened to your significant other. (Hint: If your loved one ever gets bitten by a snake and you make a deal with Hades to bring them back to life if you can walk away without ever turning to look back at them — just do it. DON’T LOOK BACK.)
Éowyn and Faramir from “The Lord of the Rings”
With your busy schedules, it may have taken a while for you to get together, but once you did, it was like magic and you’ve been happy ever since. You both are insanely hardworking people, but you also know how to unwind and have fun!