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HumanLibrary  
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 If life is like a novel, then it must be Hamlet - everyone goes through terrible trouble, only to all die in the end - how pointless!
 
 Well, it seems that I've been directed here by my creator, the ever-elusive Shexia - you on this website may know her as ChocoCandy101. I was quite horrified when she informed me that I myself was a work of fiction, but I have come to accept it. My name is Elisa (pronounced el-LIE-zuh, not El-ees-ah) Holmes. Oh, and yes, I have heard every joke regarding my surname. While he may happen to be my favourite fictional character, I assure you that I am in no way related to the famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. I am fourteen years of age. I have been told that I am not much to look at. Appearances do not interest me in the slightest, but if you do wish to picture me, I suppose that it would be most rude not to tell you. I stand at an astoundingly tall four feet and eight inches. My hair is long and blonde, and usually curls or waves, but I typically have it fastened into a practical bun so no one can really tell. I am inhumanly pale and gaunt, as the girls in school often snicker at me. My lack of sleep is solely responsible for the unattractive purplish-black shadows which lurk beneath my grey eyes. Over my nose resides a thick pair of glasses which never leaves. I often dress in beige, liking sensible cardigans with white blouses and neat skirts. In terms of personality, I am a very quiet person, unless I strongly like or dislike you. I have been told that I am far too prim and proper, and need to let loose a little. I am mostly content, but easily irritated and highly impatient as a person. I often catch myself daydreaming. And I can easily frighten the right people. English is my first language, but I also speak fluent, beautiful French, and terrible, broken Czech. I am extremely skeptical and cynical, almost always sarcastic. My outlook on the world is quite dark for a cheerful person, however odd that may sound. I also am addicted to tea and muffins. My history is not particularly fascinating (my creator says she did not put much thought into it as to avoid my being a Mary-Sue, which is understandable); both of my parents were killed in a fire in a building when I was two years old. My maternal grandmother, my closest surviving relative, came and adopted me at once, and I left London to go live in her splendid old mansion in the English countryside. Growing up, I never did fit in much with other children, and had no friends at all growing up; as my user-name suggests, I wish to be a librarian ever since I was a small toddling thing who was often told by her grandmother said she would inherit the enormous village library. However, earlier this week, things became very interesting. I was stacking some new arrivals in the library, when a certain passage caught my eye. In a deep trance to rival that of Christine Daaé's possession by my other favourite fictional character, dear Erik, the Phantom of the Opera, I did something incredibly stupid; I read it aloud. Do not ask me why. Odd things have been happening ever since, but my creator assures me that what is in store will make these things seem quite normal. With my luck, I dread what is to come, but I will write down in my public diary these coming events. More importantly: I absolutely love to read, which is to be expected. Classics are my true love. As for music, I have no patience for modern rubbish; I adore classical, jazz, and Broadway soundtracks. As for me being single, I've never met a boy my age who hasn't been too busy ridiculing me. But yes, I do believe in romance; just doomed romance. Smoking is vile, and I am Agnostic (of my own doing, as I find every religion fascinating). My favourite books are anything to do with Sherlock Holmes, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, the Count of Monte Cristo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Anna Karenina, anything by Tchekov, anything by Edgar Allen Poe, War and Peace, anything by Jane Austen, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the Harry Potter series, the Chronicles of Narnia, His Dark Materials, Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking-Glass. When it comes to my relationships, I have mentioned earlier that I have no friends my age. I absolutely adore my grandmother, who is the kindest, funniest, most wonderful woman I have ever met. Apart from her, I live an isolated existence...save for my creator - sorry, my author. I don't know whether to love or hate her, seeing as she's the cause for all this nonsense. And yet, without her, I wouldn't exist, and neither would Grandmother, or our library, so I suppose she isn't completely evil. What do you think I should make of this Shexia, this ChocoCandy101? Kindly let me know. Hopefully, I haven't bored you with all that. I bid you good day, mesdames et messieurs.



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‹Sara♥› 17 Mar 11  
First off, your last name just made my night.
Literally Holmes Holy shit.
That's my IDOL!
Secondly hi c:
I'm Sara
 
HumanLibrary 17 Mar 11  
 I'm glad we share an idol!
Hello, Sara, I am Elisa. 
Perhaps you've read the story which created me?
 
‹✜Garry-Ib✜› 17 Mar 11  
Welcome to Kupika!
 
HumanLibrary 17 Mar 11  
 Why thank you.
 
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