Which famous literary couple are you? (infographic)

Literary couples flowchart - choose an engagement ring

This wonderful flowchart was prepared for Valentine’s Day by the team from Penguin Books.

When you answer a couple of questions, you and your beloved one with have a chance to learn which famous literary couple you have most in common with.

Yes, you’ll find Daisy and Jay on the list. No, you won’t find Romeo and Juliet. Instead, there is a couple from another Shakespeare’s tragedy, Antony and Cleopatra.

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Which literary couple are you? #infographic

Via Penguin Books Blog.

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