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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I believe Hans Christian Anderson was INFP. That's how I often see him classified as.

    I'm still trying to figure out Taras Shevchenko. He definately was a NF, probably NFP.
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    I won't pretend to be good at this, but I had personally typed J. K. Rowling as an INFJ (with little evidence to support it.) I was, however, quite convinced that J. R. R. Tolkien was an SJ, introverted of course. He was a hobbit in real life.

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    *Puts Neil Gaiman back to INFP after a while in INFx limbo.*

    I've also decided eventually that Tolkein is INFP, and Sylvia Plath as ISFJ.
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    I read part of a biography of Tolkien, and he talked all the time about tradition and how much he hated everything changing. Also, find me an N who would be willing to take up 2/3 of their page space with topography.

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    Albert Schweitzer, INFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotr246 View Post
    Albert Schweitzer, INFP
    Not really a novelist, which is what we're looking for here, but you're right about him being an INFP.
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    It seems futile to attempt to type Tolkein. He's definetely an I. I am coming around to his being an S now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingerale-san View Post
    Also, find me an N who would be willing to take up 2/3 of their page space with topography.
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    It seems futile to attempt to type Tolkein. He's definetely an I. I am coming around to his being an S now.
    It’s ridiculous to type Tolkein an S because he was geeky about making detailed maps of his fantasy worlds. That’s like automatically typing a D&D geek an S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mysterio View Post
    It’s ridiculous to type Tolkein an S because he was geeky about making detailed maps of his fantasy worlds. That’s like automatically typing a D&D geek an S.
    Yeah I still think INFP personally, although I don't know an awful lot about his biography.
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    Elie Wiesel, INFJ

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