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    Tom Rob Smith, author of Child 44: INFJ

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    Pretty sure that Tolkien's an INTP. I don't see someone that grammatically focused as an F

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    Does anybody have a clue about Thomas Carlyle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Does anybody have a clue about Thomas Carlyle?
    Come across as vaguely NT. Probably not ENTJ though.
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    Yes he's clearly NT, probably ENTP

    Ok how about Ezra Pound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Yes he's clearly NT, probably ENTP

    Ok how about Ezra Pound?
    Strikes me as INTP, but dunno.
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    william blake:
    N dominant, probably NF. the story about his death, the posthumous recognition as one of the greatest artists. i'd probably say ENFP.

    percy b. shelley: ENFP
    he captured neoplatonism very well, so i wouldn't expect to have less than a dominant intuitive function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    william blake:
    N dominant, probably NF. the story about his death, the posthumous recognition as one of the greatest artists. i'd probably say ENFP.
    Blake not an I? He seemed to live very much inside his own head.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    percy b. shelley: ENFP
    he captured neoplatonism very well, so i wouldn't expect to have less than a dominant intuitive function.
    Many people in the Romantic Poets thread think ISFP for him...
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    After watching a couple of interviews, I would place Stephanie Meyer (no, I don't like her books) as an ESFP. It's always hard to quantify these things but if I were to try, I would point to her chattiness (E), her "go for it" attitude and focus on sensation (S), her emotionality and interest in love (F), and that her Sensing is obviously extroverted (P).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    Blake not an I? He seemed to live very much inside his own head.
    i was thinking E because of his P. i doubt he is INFP. he could have been an INFJ for all i know though.

    Many people in the Romantic Poets thread think ISFP for him...
    i doubt he is S, especially because of his influences towards byron as well as people like albert nobel. an S person wouldn't make ripples like that in history.
    i hunt INXPs for bounty
    FUNCTION ORDER FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHAT ENXP MEANS: Ne > Ni > Fi=Ti > *

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