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    Quote Originally Posted by silverchris9 View Post
    Okay, true. We did get Dickens, and that's a fair prize. And Emerson. That's pretty much ownage.

    I'm going to go ahead and guess Stevens as an INTJ. He seems fairly organized, in thought as in (presumably) his insurance-company-vice-president life. He doesn't seem to be a very public persona by any means, hence the I, and he's obviously a thinker on the basis of his highly systematized poetry.
    I'm willing to believe it, but who is this Stevens? And any update on Yates' type yet?
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    Sorry, Wallace Stevens the poet.
    Not yet. Soon hopefully!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverchris9 View Post
    Sorry, Wallace Stevens the poet.
    Not yet. Soon hopefully!
    OK. Added 'im.
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    dfw is definitely an infp. i would guess dave eggers is an infp as well. kesey seems pretty certainly an enfp. so would be henry miller, tom robbins, and joseph campbell. i think vonnegut would be more of an f than a t. I think elizabeth smart would be an infp and lester bangs would be infx (not sure if p or j). i think gonzo journalist tom wolfe (not thomas) would be an infj, along with milan kundera, joan didion, and haruki murakami (possibly an infp). i struggle to see kafka as a t, he seems like an enneagram 4 to me all the way. i'm not exactly sure why hesse and huxley are infps?

    what about italo calvino, garcia marquez, rimbaud, honore de balzac, and rilke? and if nabokov is an intp, is donald barthelme considered an intp as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the state i am in View Post
    dfw is definitely an infp. i would guess dave eggers is an infp as well. kesey seems pretty certainly an enfp. so would be henry miller, tom robbins, and joseph campbell. i think vonnegut would be more of an f than a t. I think elizabeth smart would be an infp and lester bangs would be infx (not sure if p or j). i think gonzo journalist tom wolfe (not thomas) would be an infj, along with milan kundera, joan didion, and haruki murakami (possibly an infp). i struggle to see kafka as a t, he seems like an enneagram 4 to me all the way. i'm not exactly sure why hesse and huxley are infps?

    what about italo calvino, garcia marquez, rimbaud, honore de balzac, and rilke? and if nabokov is an intp, is donald barthelme considered an intp as well?
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