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A Definitive Ranking Of Jane Austen's Male Hotties

Don't get me started on Collins.

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15. William Collins, Pride and Prejudice

Pros: Are there any?????Cons: Clingy, annoying, unattractive, conceited. Has as much personality as a damp rag, but less useful.
BBC

Pros: Are there any?????

Cons: Clingy, annoying, unattractive, conceited. Has as much personality as a damp rag, but less useful.

14. Philip Elton, Emma

Pros: Um... good with words, I guess?Cons: HEARTLESS PLAYER.
Miramax

Pros: Um... good with words, I guess?

Cons: HEARTLESS PLAYER.

13. George Wickham, Pride and Prejudice

Pros: Really hot. Pretty charming. Nice hair.Cons: Dirtbag.
BBC

Pros: Really hot. Pretty charming. Nice hair.

Cons: Dirtbag.

12. John Willoughby, Sense and Sensibility

Pros: Chivalrous!Cons: Self-centered and materialistic.
Mirage Productions

Pros: Chivalrous!

Cons: Self-centered and materialistic.

11. Henry Crawford, Mansfield Park

Pros: Mad flow.Cons: Vain, impulsive, thinks women need to be saved.
Arts Council England

Pros: Mad flow.

Cons: Vain, impulsive, thinks women need to be saved.

10. Frank Churchill, Emma

Pros: Smart, charming, ~fancy~. Cons: Pretentious, still takes money his aunt, cares way too much about haircuts.
BBC

Pros: Smart, charming, ~fancy~.

Cons: Pretentious, still takes money his aunt, cares way too much about haircuts.

9. William Elliot, Persuasion

Pros: Sassy. Cons: Really dishonest. Also moves on waaay too quick after his wife dies.
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Pros: Sassy.

Cons: Really dishonest. Also moves on waaay too quick after his wife dies.

8. Henry Tilney, Northanger Abbey

Pros: Good sense of humor. Cons: Sort of misogynistic. A little too ironic.
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Pros: Good sense of humor.

Cons: Sort of misogynistic. A little too ironic.

7. Charles Bingley, Pride and Prejudice

Pros: Sweet, charming, does the right thing in the end.Cons: Total flip-flopper, kinda stupid. :(
BBC

Pros: Sweet, charming, does the right thing in the end.

Cons: Total flip-flopper, kinda stupid. :(

6. Edward Ferrars, Sense and Sensibility

BBC One

Pros: Romantic, honorable. (He keeps his engagement to Lucy despite falling for another woman, which is more than we can say for some other guys on this list.)

Cons: Kind of dull, flirted while not being fully available. :O

5. Edmund Bertram, Mansfield Park

Arts Council England

Pros: Heart of gold.

Cons: Marries his cousin. :/

4. Fitzwilliam Darcy, Pride and Prejudice

BBC

Pros: Brilliant. ~Sensitive~. Colin Firth emerging from a lake.

Cons: Moody AF. Sort of like dating a teenage boy.

3. Colonel Brandon, Sense and Sensibility

Pros: Super romantic, super sweet. Will read to you. Overall amazing human.Cons: Is not proactive enough, dammit! He almost lost the girl! :(
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Pros: Super romantic, super sweet. Will read to you. Overall amazing human.

Cons: Is not proactive enough, dammit! He almost lost the girl! :(

2. George Knightley, Emma

Miramax

Pros: Doesn’t back down from a challenge. Blunt, in a hot way. Tolerant of Emma being a complete daddy’s girl.

Cons: Takes his sweet time to get to the point.

1. Captain Frederick Wentworth, Persuasion

BBC

Pros: Really, really hot. A Captain. Writes steamy letters. Is persistent but not annoying.

Cons: Look at that face. NONE.

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