In the Which Jane Austen Character Are You? Quiz, I got:
You are the true hero(ine)! Sensible, steady and mature, you are the lynchpin of your circle of friends and family.
Male: At your best, you are a dynamo combination of Mr. Knightley from Emma and Colonel Brandon from Sense and Sensibility. At your worst, you may be briefly beguiled by silly women (cf. Edward Ferrars in Sense and Sensibility and Captain Wentworth’s behavior toward Lousia Musgrove in Persuasion), but in the end, you’ll win through and end up with the proper heroine.
Female: You are Elinor from Sense and Sensibility! Wise beyond your years, you are all too aware of the folly of those around you. You are “sense” personified, and without you, things would certainly fall apart.
Ah well, at least I’m not Mary Bennet… I was worried after all those questions about parties. (And I must admit to having been beguiled by silly women in my youth… Nevertheless, “sense personified” is a tad strong. Paul, after all, has “daily proof” of my delight in ridiculous, silly, and very bad behavior.)