Beatrice - Fictional Characters

Fictional Characters

  • Beatrice, a soul in Dante's Divine Comedy who guides Dante out of Purgatory and through Heaven (based on Beatrice Portinari)
  • In plays:
    • Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing
    • Beatrice Carbone in A View from the Bridge
  • Beatrice Baudelaire
  • Beatrice in comic Gunslinger Girl
  • Beatrice, witch in the doujin game Umineko no Naku Koro ni
  • Beatrice Rappaccini, title character of short story "Rappaccini's Daughter"
  • Beatrice (Tris) Prior, the female protagonist and narrator of the YA series Divergent written by Veronica Roth.
  • Beatrice: The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds

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