|Anna is a bit older than this, and her hair is a little darker.|
|This is perhaps what Anna would look like, but her hair is lighter, I think.|
A feisty, quick-tempered, inwardly humorous main character, Anna is not romantic like Marianne Dashwood, but she is certainly 'everything but prudent.' She thinks quite a bit, and is always ready to recognize the ridiculous. She is Extremely Vexed with her best friend's brother, a boy by the name of Derek, and she has an addiction to Sir Walter Scott's novels. :)
|This hair is definately too dark, but|
it sort of reminds me of Bertha.
|I think this is how Bertha would look, but I'm not quite sure yet.|
Bertha is her sweet and quiet friend; a combination of Ada Clare and Esther Summerson, I think. She observes many things, but will find that some of her observations have rather missed their mark.
|Pretty much a good picture, only Derek |
is younger and not so dark. And OK,
he's good looking, but not that good
|This is another option.......|
Derek is the one always ready for a saucy answer, or a teasing joke. Anna found him amusing at first, but in the recent chapters, after a few (well thought up!) jokes on her, she cannot find anything better than to call him an alligator (I know, Anna's descriptions are rather odd, sometimes.) He seems to have borrowed a bit from Laurie Laurence (at his worst behavior), a bit from Gilbert Blythe, a bit from Frank Churchill, and (I hope), even a bit from Henry Tilney.
Miss Meredith Elliston is a shameless plagarisation of Anne Elliot. She is about thirty three, and moved west with her brother and sister-in-law sixteen years ago to be a schoolteacher. She is capable and, it seems, contented, and very few people understand the true story of her heartbreak. As you might see, I'm not quite sure of her looks, but she is rather plain and pretty at the same time, and she has Anne's Elliot's 'elegant little figure.'
Now, take all these characters, add a couple more who I don't have time to tell you about, send them to 19th century Saskatchewan (then part of the North-West Territories) and what do you think you'd get? Chaos?
Yup. What else would you get with Anna and Derek living in the same town? Derek loves it that way. Anna doesn't.
Have a nice day!
P.S. I'm going back to my novel. Anna and Derek are in a spelling bee together, and Miss Elliston is just about ready to make Anna spell 'animosity'. Yes, she'll do it looking pointedly at Derek. ;P