Which Literary Heroine Are You Based On Your Zodiac Sign?
From the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. Arya is incredibly independent and courageous, and she'd do anything to help her loved ones. That means she sometimes acts impulsively, which can get her into trouble. She's impatient and often goes after what she wants instead of waiting for things to happen to her.
From the "Hunger Games" trilogy. Katniss is loyal, persistent, and very generous, but she can also be stubborn and sometimes a little selfish. Though she has very few close friends, those who she loves are incredibly important to her, and she does whatever she can to protect them and make sure they're happy.
From "The Great Gatsby." While Daisy can be superficial and indecisive, she is also fiercely independent. She fights against being trapped in an unhappy relationship, and she wishes to be free and see the world for herself. She is very social, but she also needs to spend some time by herself. Plus, she's incredibly energetic and witty.
From the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. Daenerys is fiercely loyal, protecting both her people and her dragons by any means necessary, and she easily adapts to any given situation in order to get what she wants. She is somewhat temperamental, and her mood can be unpredictable, but it is certain that she will always be seeking a new adventure.
From "Harry Potter." Ginny is supremely confident and ambitious: She pursues a relationship with Harry for years, despite being told time and time again that it won't happen. Though she can be somewhat domineering, she is also very loyal and will fiercely protect her family and friends by any means necessary.
From "Harry Potter." Hermione is hyper-intelligent and always in charge. She is incredibly analytical and observant, and she is always the person to find the best solution to a problem. Though she can sometimes come off as cold or detached, she is actually a very loving and loyal friend, and she will always put her friends' best interests first, even when they may not want her to.
From "The Fault in Our Stars." Hazel is incredibly diplomatic: She often puts herself in other people's shoes and acts in order to please them, which can often be detrimental to her own happiness. She hides her true feelings in order to keep others happy, and she often focuses on other people's problems instead of her own. She is a people-pleaser and is therefore very charming.
From "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Holly is fiercely independent, and that means that she sometimes has trouble developing long-lasting and meaningful relationships. She is complex and difficult to understand, but she's very interesting and always fun to be around. She is thoughtful and intense, and there is definitely more to her than meets the eye.
From "A Series of Unfortunate Events." Though Violet experiences her fair share of hardship, she doesn't let it get to her, choosing to view the world optimistically and hope that everything will eventually get better. She is incredibly curious and aims to make the world a better place with her inventions, and she is always looking for a new adventure.
From "Pride and Prejudice." Elizabeth is ambitious yet patient. While she has many goals in life, she is willing to work hard and wait to succeed. She is very sympathetic and caring and is always there to help a friend (or sister) in need. She can be somewhat distrusting and cautious, and she likes to be in control of any given situation. She definitely doesn't like to be seen as vulnerable or in need.
From "Harry Potter." Luna is the definition of imaginative: She's a mystery to those who don't know her and sometimes remains a mystery to those who do. She is a devoted friend and incredibly compassionate, which means that she's the kind of person people come to with their problems. However, she can also be somewhat detached as a result of her imaginative and creative nature.
From "Paper Towns." Margo is the epitome of independence — she cannot be held down, and if anybody tries, she disappears. She is incredibly witty and original, which explains how she is able to come up with such creative punishments for those who have wronged her, but she can also be stubborn and hide her feelings. She is a rebel because she knows that's how to get what she wants. She loves to shock people, especially those she sees as boring and conventional.