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My character connection is dedicated to Prudence "Tuppence" Crowley later Beresford. She is a detective created by Agatha Christie and first appears in the novel "The Secret Adversary".
"Tommy, old thing!"When we first meet Tuppence she is reuniting with her old friend Tommy. They are both down on their luck and don't know how they are going to make money to live on. That is until Tuppence comes up with a little plan.
"Tuppence, old bean!"
The two young people greeted each other affectionately, and momentarily blocked the Dover Street Tube exit in doing so. The adjective "old" was misleading. Their united ages would certainly not have totalled forty-five."
"We've tried all the orthodox ways, yes. But suppose we try the unorthodox. Tommy, let's be adventurers!"
"Certainly," replied Tommy cheerfully. "How do we begin?"
"That's the difficulty. If we could make ourselves known, people might hire us to commit crimes for them."
"Delightful," commented Tommy. "Especially coming from a clergyman's daughter!"
Well they do go into business together, but not as criminals. :P They become amateur detectives instead.
I have to say one of the reasons Tuppence is one of my favorite characters is because of her adventurous spirit. She is a girl who likes to keep busy, a fearless go getter, who's always ready for excitement. She's clever and independent, and full of humor. I love reading about her and all the adventures she goes on. She is definitely a fictional role model of mine. :D