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Is there a website where I can type in the name of a book and it will give me the characters?

Asked by mathwhiz1 (264points) May 12th, 2010

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ParaParaYukiko's avatar

I dont know if you can do that for EVERY book, but for the major ones there’s always Wikipedia or Spark Notes. For example, here’s the character list on Spark Notes for Great Expectations.

dpworkin's avatar

I wonder if Amazon Search would be useful for that. I know you mean a dedicated site, the way IMDB works for movies, but I’m sorry, I haven’t heard of one.

Seaofclouds's avatar

Cliffsnotes has their own website. I don’t know how many books they actually have, but it’s worth checking out.

FiRE_MaN's avatar

Wikipedia is another option. just wiki the book title this is what i do when i need to remember a detail about a character or something.

lilikoi's avatar

Some of the books on Shelfari have a list of characters. It depends on whether or not someone out there took the time to type them all out.

YARNLADY's avatar

I just use my search engine, Goodsearch, because they donate to my favorite charity for every search I make, and then choose from the list.

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