Lessons Female Literary Characters Have Taught Us

Lessons Female Literary Characters Have Taught Us


Writers Write is a writing resource. In this guest post, we have shared an infographic that includes lessons we learned from female literary characters.

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We never stop learning if we never stop reading. Literature can serve a great purpose in life, more than we realise. Set aside time to read some of the remarkable tales of women in literature, you’ll be astonished at some of the epiphanies you will takeaway to incorporate into your life. Redbubble.com has created an overview to lessons we learned from female literary characters, and we’ve included the beautiful full guide below. 

Starting back in 1623 with Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice is an intelligent, outspoken, and confident female. She teaches us to refuse any man that does not recognise our talents and that fearless is timeless.

Then jumping to 1908, Anne from Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables teaches the important message of never to hide your brilliance and believe in hope. Anne is incredibly hilarious and imaginative, and there is no way she will conceal that in any shape or size.

Look at these kickass female characters and the important lessons they have to teach us.

Lessons 12 Female Literary Characters Have Taught Us

by Tia Philippart. Tia is a junior content marketing specialist, Siege Media. She loves to discover new places and find hidden meanings in literature. Her favourite way to learn is from reading.