Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Top Ten Rebels in Literature



Top Ten Rebels in Literature



Asher Lev



Meg Murray


Holden Caulfield


Owen Meany


Scarlett O'Hara


The Little Prince



Stargirl



Anne of Green Gables



Pippi Longstocking



Huckleberry Finn



Muriel Pritchett



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15 comments:

  1. I always love to read your Top 10 lists. They are the lists I would probably make if I had one bit of imagination.

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  2. Interesting choice of rebels, I'd list most of them, too.

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  3. I'd like to nominate Harriet M. Welsch also known as Harriet the Spy.

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  4. As a child, my daughter loved Pippi Longstocking.
    Ann

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  5. Interesting list. Just wondering..... why are they considered Rebels? I can kind of understand, but was just wondering what your criteria was for calling them Rebels.

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  6. Muriel Pritchett is a fantastic for this list, especially when you think about Macon and his family.

    My Top Ten List

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  7. I love your list, especially Scarlett O'Hara!

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  8. I certainly agree with Stargirl. She is one of my favorite characters of all time.

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  9. Oh, PIPPI LONGSTOCKING, how could I have forgotten her?! She was my hero when I was a kid. I was SO influenced by her adventures.

    Great list!

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  10. I have absolutely no idea what I meant by rebel...courageous...true to self...brave...thoughtful...inquisitive...That's the best I can do after a day like today, bookwormfamily. Thank you for asking!

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  11. I wanted to be Pippi when I was a kid, I even had my mom do my hair in pig tails a lot and was always disappointed when they would just fall limp instead of standing straight out like hers :D

    And oh do I love Holden Caufield, I still swear I'm going to name a kid after him one day, and I finally forced someone I know to read the book YEY

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  13. Love the choice of Asher Lev...I thought that book was even better than The Promise.

    How about Eloise? Or Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird?

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