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    Mr. Darcy: intp
    Elizabeth Bennett: infp
    Jane Bennett: isfj
    Mr. Bingsley: exfp
    Madame Bennett: esfj
    mr. Bennett: infp
    Mr. Collins: badass
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Mr. Darcy: intp
    Elizabeth Bennett: infp
    Jane Bennett: isfj
    Mr. Bingsley: exfp
    Madame Bennett: esfj
    mr. Bennett: infp
    Mr. Collins: badass
    I'd go with some the same, some different from yours.

    Mr. Darcy: INTJ
    Elizabeth Bennett: ENFJ
    Jane Bennett: ISFJ
    Mr. Bingley: ESFP
    Madame Bennett: ESFJ
    mr. Bennett: INTP
    Mr. Collins: badass...LOL. Maybe ISTJ or ESTJ? Not sure.


    By the way, Mr and Mrs Bennett remind me very much of an INTP-ESFJ couple I know, and I'm afraid that's not a very good thing.
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    Darcy is one of the most ISTJ characters I've ever encountered in literature.

    Elizabeth is some sort of FJ, and I'm inclined to think ENFJ.

    Jane is probably an ISFJ.

    Bingley is an ESFJ.

    Lydia is an ESFP.

    The mom is an ESFJ.

    The dad is probably an INTP.

    Kitty is ISFP.

    Mary is ISTJ.

    Mr. Collins is a really dumb ISTJ.

    Lady Catherine is an ESTJ.

    Wickham is an ESTP.
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    Another one... I'd probably go with ISTJ for Charlotte Lucas.

    I agree with most of your Orangey, except the ones I didn't agree on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Darcy is one of the most ISTJ characters I've ever encountered in literature.

    Elizabeth is some sort of FJ, and I'm inclined to think ENFJ.

    Jane is probably an ISFJ.

    Bingley is an ESFJ.

    Lydia is an ESFP.

    The mom is an ESFJ.

    The dad is probably an INTP.

    Kitty is ISFP.

    Mary is ISTJ.

    Mr. Collins is a really dumb ISTJ.

    Lady Catherine is an ESTJ.

    Wickham is an ESTP.
    Mostly agreed.

    Darcy: ISTJ
    Elizabeth: ENFJ
    Jane: ISFP
    Bingley: ESFJ
    Lydia: ESFP
    Mrs Bennett: ESFP
    Mr Bennett: INTP
    Kitty: xSFJ
    Mary: xSTJ
    Mr. Collins: ISTJ
    Lady Catherine: ESTJ
    Charlotte: ISTP
    Wickham: ESTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Darcy is one of the most ISTJ characters I've ever encountered in literature.

    Elizabeth is some sort of FJ, and I'm inclined to think ENFJ.

    Jane is probably an ISFJ.

    Bingley is an ESFJ.

    Lydia is an ESFP.

    The mom is an ESFJ.

    The dad is probably an INTP.

    Kitty is ISFP.

    Mary is ISTJ.

    Mr. Collins is a really dumb ISTJ.

    Lady Catherine is an ESTJ.

    Wickham is an ESTP.
    I agree with all of these. Mr. Darcy is always said to be INTJ but actually he seems way more of a Sensor than an iNtuitive. The only characters in the book who seem iNtuitive are Elizabeth and the Dad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    I agree with all of these. Mr. Darcy is always said to be INTJ but actually he seems way more of a Sensor than an iNtuitive. The only characters in the book who seem iNtuitive are Elizabeth and the Dad.
    hehe its intresting that you'd exactly type the characters I'd type sensors to be intuitives (ok except for dad, what leaves one character ). I'd type darcy as intuitive in the blink of an eye, let alone his whole collection of selfmade abstract art. Tho this art would prolly motivate you to type him a sensor, since art is real and sensorical. I'd see it from the point that art is abstract thoughts brought to reality.

    its intresting how obviously we would have a different opinion and viewport but we cant really formulate the precise reason for this
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    hehe its intresting that you'd exactly type the characters I'd type sensors to be intuitives (ok except for dad, what leaves one character ). I'd type darcy as intuitive in the blink of an eye, let alone his whole collection of selfmade abstract art. Tho this art would prolly motivate you to type him a sensor, since art is real and sensorical. I'd see it from the point that art is abstract thoughts brought to reality.

    its intresting how obviously we would have a different opinion and viewport but we cant really formulate the precise reason for this
    I have some pretty concrete reasons for calling him an ISTJ. The high and low points of his character all correspond more to ISTJ than INTJ. He was (by his own admission) duty-bound, he was concerned about what was "appropriate" and decorous behavior for himself and others given respective social stations, and he prided himself on his ability to adhere strictly to both of those things.

    Also, he only collected art pieces (which were not really abstract, since that movement wouldn't have existed at the time the book was written.) They were not "selfmade."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    I have some pretty concrete reasons for calling him an ISTJ. The high and low points of his character all correspond more to ISTJ than INTJ. He was (by his own admission) duty-bound, he was concerned about what was "appropriate" and decorous behavior for himself and others given respective social stations, and he prided himself on his ability to adhere strictly to both of those things.

    Also, he only collected art pieces (which were not really abstract, since that movement wouldn't have existed at the time the book was written.) They were not "selfmade."
    Ha see those are things I didnt even notice in the movie. I saw it that way that it remembered me and my gf of our meeting, in which I was pride, the guy who doesnt fight for what he desires out of sole pride ( "Tell me know you dont love me and I wont bother you ever again" ). And she was prejudice, the girl that emotionally judges too quickly and whose opinion can be changed in a second because she doesnt listen to her heart (Darcy stopped the wedding and played the supposingly bad role regarding his foster brother).

    No, this story had a lot of parallels to my own life

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    Answers were good in the first few posts.
    Then it got dumber lol.
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