Table of contents:
- 1. Dorian Gray - "The Portrait of Dorian Gray"
- 2. Mr. Rochester - "Jane Eyre"
- 3. Tyler Durden - "Fight Club"
- 4. George Wickham - Pride and Prejudice
- 5. Daniel - "Bridget Jones's Diary"
- 6. Henry Crawford - Mansfield Park
- 7. Junior - "A Short Wonderful Life of Oscar Wow"
- 8. Tom Buchanan - The Great Gatsby
- 9. Toru Watanabe - "Norwegian Forest"
- 10. James Potter - Harry Potter
- 11. Christian Gray and Edward Cullen - Fifty Shades of Gray and Twilight
- 12. Dracula - "Dracula"
Among the characters in famous books, there are both good people and scoundrels from whom you should stay away. We hope you don’t have any such acquaintances!
1. Dorian Gray - "The Portrait of Dorian Gray"
He worried about his appearance and believed that beauty and sensual pleasures are something worth living for. Imagine a guy like that next to you when you have PMS!
2. Mr. Rochester - "Jane Eyre"
Yes, yes, Jane and Rochester had a wonderful love story. If you ignore the part where he lies about marriage and hides his wife in his own house. And he invites her to live in France, although they cannot get married. Jane, you deserve the best!
3. Tyler Durden - "Fight Club"
If talking about anarchy isn't enough, remember how he slept with Marla and humiliated her. No matter that he did not always realize who he was, he clearly does not deserve the title of a good person.
4. George Wickham - Pride and Prejudice
Flirting with Lizzie, and then courting a younger sister without intending to marry (which would be a scandal if Mr. Darcy did not agree to pay his debt in exchange for marriage). And he continued to lure everyone out of money and career opportunities, while to those who did not know him closely, he seemed very charismatic and romantic.
5. Daniel - "Bridget Jones's Diary"
If you consider this book a modern version of Pride and Prejudice, then this comrade is the modern incarnation of Wickham. He loved the role of Bridget's boyfriend so much, he was so charming … until she saw a woman sunbathing on his terrace!
6. Henry Crawford - Mansfield Park
Another hero Jane Austen. Molested Fanny with no intention of marrying, just for fun. After her refusal, he slept with another and did not marry after her husband left her. The bullet went by, Fanny, rejoice.
7. Junior - "A Short Wonderful Life of Oscar Wow"
He talked a lot about sex, cheated on a girl, although he seemed to be in love, scoffed at her brother that he was a virgin. Anyone who talks so much about sex ends up in the "unman" zone.
8. Tom Buchanan - The Great Gatsby
The rich arrogant comrade had an affair with Myrtle and had the audacity to accuse Daisy of loving Gatsby.
9. Toru Watanabe - "Norwegian Forest"
After the suicide of his best friend, he began to drive up to his girlfriend Naomi. But since she had a difficult character and she was worried about the death of a guy, he began to meet with her antipode - Midori. That is, he can easily emotionally change left and right instead of resting and being alone.
10. James Potter - Harry Potter
Yes, all his life he looked only at Lily, but in those years when she did not pay attention to him, he behaved disgustingly, especially towards Severus Snape. People don't change so much as to forget about it.
11. Christian Gray and Edward Cullen - Fifty Shades of Gray and Twilight
United because they are very similar (and "Shades" was written as a fanfic for "Twilight"). Both are terribly brooding and weird in demeanor, they hardly deserved what they had.
12. Dracula - "Dracula"
His story with Mina is a great metaphor for the relationship with the guy who texting you in the middle of the night about how bored he is.