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If I had to pick just one to hitch my wagon to, it would be John Thornton. He is just so strong, authoritative, kind and moral. And, uh, staggeringly good looking. So there’s that.

39Chili September 3, 2010 at 11:52 pm
We also often group women into groups of slut or wife. I’d be interested in a post on female literary archetypes.

40autumnpari September 4, 2010 at 12:11 am
Thanks Susan – I love this post!!! I think this represents a great range of attractive men.
I do agree, however, with Grerp’s assessment of Harry Potter. He’s not really that scholarly. More the Warrior type.

41PJL September 4, 2010 at 5:21 am
A friend of mine married her Mr. Knightly. She emphasized both the best friend traits and the mentor traits. As epitomized by the link that I copy below, Mr. Knightly was no “beta” best friend. He was more than willing to call her out on her shit. In fact, that’s his most salient characteristic, esp. in the books: .

42Susan Walsh September 4, 2010 at 8:13 am
That’s a good idea – I’ll do the female archetypes next week. Also, the book suggests some winning male/female combinations – that might be interesting to look at too.

43Susan Walsh September 4, 2010 at 8:23 am
Yeah, I’ll buy that about Harry Potter. That example was in the book – but I think he made it under the “special skills” category. He really is a reluctant Warrior.

That picture of Timothy Dalton looks strikingly similar to my husband at that age.

Um, wow. Lucky grerp.

I’m short on time but will give some thought to character crushes – I love this kind of chit chat. I’ll enthusiastically second Jim Halpert, and Aragorn. My current fixation is Eric on True Blood – now there’s a bad boy (with inguinal creases to die for). I’ve had a thing for Colin Firth going back to his Darcy in 1996, and I even found him sexy as a gay man in A Single Man.
That raises an interesting point – in film, actors may portray different archetypes from role to role, yet we find them hot no matter what.



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