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    Cool What are some good fictional books/series that feature MBTI typology?

    Thank you so much! As long as they're fiction and have some mentioning of the four-variable typing system, please let me know of them. Thanks again! (:

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    Sorry I can't think of any off the top of my head and I've often wondered the same thing.

    The closest thing I can think of is the Harry Potter series. In the Harry Potter series when students first go to Hogwarts, they are assigned to one of 4 houses. Different houses emphasize different traits. Gryffindor is known for being noble and brave. Ravenclaw is known for its intelligence and wisdom. Slytherin is known for its cunning and drive to succeed. Hufflepuff is known for its loyalty and fairness.

    Harry Potter is great for character development and if you look hard enough you can see how different characters resemble different MBTI types even though the books make no mention of MBTI. There are several threads about the types of Harry Potter characters on this forum as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    Sorry I can't think of any off the top of my head and I've often wondered the same thing.

    The closest thing I can think of is the Harry Potter series. In the Harry Potter series when students first go to Hogwarts, they are assigned to one of 4 houses. Different houses emphasize different traits. Gryffindor is known for being noble and brave. Ravenclaw is known for its intelligence and wisdom. Slytherin is known for its cunning and drive to succeed. Hufflepuff is known for its loyalty and fairness.

    Harry Potter is great for character development and if you look hard enough you can see how different characters resemble different MBTI types even though the books make no mention of MBTI. There are several threads about the types of Harry Potter characters on this forum as well.
    sort of, the Hogwarts Houses somewhat correlate with
    Gryffindor: NFP and SP
    Hufflepuff: SJ and NFJ
    Ravenclaw: Ns and ISTJ
    Slytherin: NTs and STPs
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