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Thursday, May 05, 2005

You are Lady Marchmain. You make some people
uncomfortable, but you do your best to help
people in unfortunate circumstances, personal
or spiritual.

What Brideshead Revisited character are you?
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No. No. No. Now, I'm going to be depressed for a week. I've always been afraid of being Lady Marchmain. But I suppose she is better than Bridey. Only slightly though.

I really want to be Cordelia. Doesn't everyone?

On the other hand...even though the book sets up Lady Marchmain in an unfavorable light - it is from Charles' unconverted perspective. And then, by the end of the novel, everybody in the family really has come around to Lady Marchmain's worldview...right?