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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Why ever not?
    Oh God, do I have to give you reasons too?
    I'll dig it out tomorrow and get back to you with specifics.
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    HEY DD!!!!



    Long time no see!



    I am not going to attempt to type the Woolf, but I will say this, there are plenty of people out there who can not imagine, shock-horror, that an extrovert can actually be a writer/intellectual/philosopher.

    And this bugs me to no end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Oh God, do I have to give you reasons too?
    I'll dig it out tomorrow and get back to you with specifics.
    Okay .

    It's been a while since I've read it, but I'm pretty sure that there's nothing in it that would strongly indicate "introvert", unless we're saying that imagination, pondering, reflection, research skills and a keen interest in the state of women in literature is somehow particular to introverts.

    But I'll wait to hear what you've got to say, since you may have read it more recently. Or gleaned something from it that I clearly had not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    HEY DD!!!!



    Long time no see!

    Yello.

    It sure has been a while, yups.


    It'd be interesting to hear more from others who are more familiar with her, though. She very well could be an INFP or, cackles and shackles!, even another type!! ESTJ, anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    HEY DD!!!!



    Long time no see!



    I am not going to attempt to type the Woolf, but I will say this, there are plenty of people out there who can not imagine, shock-horror, that an extrovert can actually be a writer/intellectual/philosopher.

    And this bugs me to no end.

    :rolli:


    I hate that too! Seriously, what's up with people thinking that? On top of that, not all Extroverts are super social.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeliriousDisposition View Post
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    Blasphemy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Blasphemy!
    Ah, yes, such a sweet taste!


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    I will just say this:

    If stream-of-consciousness writing was not invented by an ENFP, it surely should have been

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    My bad: I forget how hard it is to try to type people with mental illness! But at least we seem to agree that she's definetly XNFP!
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    I happened to be wondering about Virginia Woolf's personality the previous days. From this thread and the referenced site I agree on XNFP. I was thinking myself SF maybe because To The Lighthouse contains a lot of sense descriptions (but, yeah, it's a book) and feelings. It touched my Si. But with XNFP it all fits, including the "wild speculations". Ne, Fi, Si. Maybe shifts between ENFP/INFP?
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