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    I love this book <3

    Anyways, I was just curious what you guys think the characters are?

    I'm no expert on this, but Atticus just screams 'ISTJ' to me.
    And Scout seems kind of -NTJ to me, though she's young.
    I'm not sure about the rest ^^;

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    Dill: INFJ
    Jem: ENTP???
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    Atticus is absolutely an istj

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    Brilliant book. Only one she wrote, but what a work.

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    I know, right?

    And those all sound good~

    I'm actually starting to doubt what I first typed Scout as. I mean, I really don't know much about this MBTI stuff, but she seems to judge with her heart, rather than her head.
    I was comparing Jem and Scout the other day thinking about this, and one of the main differences I noticed was the difference in the way they understood the trial; Jem more logically, and Scout more emotionally.
    I don't know how that would affect the previous thing I wrote, but I am certain it is wrong nevertheless.

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    Since Dill is, for all intents and purposes, the young Truman Capote, one might say that he is an E/I/NTP.

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    This book is simply wonderful! Loved it...

    Once, or maybe twice, I saw Atticus typed as INFJ, but my first impression was ISTJ too. I think he carried through his work more because a strong sense of duty (some parts of the book shows it clearly) than a fight for a cause.

    Scout is difficult to figure out IMO. I think she's a feeler anyway.

    Jem I think that have a NTP streak too, I'd say INTP. In the end of the book I can see kinda tertiary Si emerging to the surface...

    Boo Radley, one of my favorite characters, I'd say INFP. Mysterious, reclusive, shy, but extremely gentle.

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    Amazing book, I read it along time ago so I can't classify the characters =(
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