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    Lily Bart from The House of Mirth

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    Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Lisa from The Simpsons
    She seems more of an NF/NT composite.

    I think there are probably more NT females in literature than film because the personality/acting ability of the actress usually thwarts any attempt on the writer's part at making a rational female character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    Or Katherine in The English Patient -INTJ? (as opposed to the nurse who seemed more like an IxF? - eh..now I'm questioning Katherine..)
    Katherine is an ENFx, Count' Ormacy or whatever his name is, is INTP.

    The nurse is ESFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Count' Ormacy or whatever his name is, is INTP.
    Played by an INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    She seems more of an NF/NT composite.

    I think there are probably more NT females in literature than film because the personality/acting ability of the actress usually thwarts any attempt on the writer's part at making a rational female character.
    In such circumstances, since T is the rarer for girls, she scores T. (i.e. to counter-balance the cultural bias)

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    Karen Blixen - Out of Africa (movie) - played by Meryl Streep (def. INTP)

    IRL her name is Isak Dinesan and apart from being fabulous she wrote stuff.
    Is she an INTP? Or am I just in love with myself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    In such circumstances, since T is the rarer for girls, she scores T. (i.e. to counter-balance the cultural bias)
    Well either she's a T, like Jodie Foster- INTJ, or a good character actor. For instance, I think Cate Blanchett is probably an F but I think played Elizabeth as an INTJ. Also, I think Anna in Closer, played by Julia Roberts..a feeler, is an unhealthy INTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    Well either she's a T or a good character actor...for instance, I think Cate Blanchett is probably an F but I think played Elizabeth as an INTP. Also, I think Anna in Closer, played by Julia Roberts, is an unhealthy INTP.
    Anna strikes me as NF, like Julia herself. To much with the mixed messages. NT girls are more straightforward. We just hate everyone.

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    Just a quick random thought... INTP's have a bit of a tendency to be chameleons, to some extent, from what I've read. Or experienced first hand to a greater extent.... INTP's have that fun little combination of NP, after all. That might make it a bit more difficult to pick one out of a crowd unless you are really adept at reading a person.

    I see characters on tv or movies regularly that I relate to somehow, but none as much as Tina Fey. I read somewhere that even within the INTP type, some people feel there are multiple "subtypes". I don't remember what they were, but it ranged from mega nerd to hippie chic.

    anyway, just a thought.

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