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    Ofelia from Pan's Labyrinth? She might possibly be INFP though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    lol people actually think alice is INFP? Shes so INTP its ridiculous

    INTPs thoughts and imaginations can be wonderful and pretty, its a complete myth that its all about numbers and straight lines
    Carroll's Alice behaved rather like an ISFJ, politely going along with whatever the various strangers she met wished of her, despite privately thinking they were all mad. Both books end when she finally has it up to here and puts her foot down.

    Haven't seen the Burton movie.

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    She's totally different in the film. First off, she's an adult who doesn't want to be engaged to a man who everyone is trying to set her up with...so it's a very different Alice.

    I disagree that Carroll's Alice is an ISFJ. I think she very well could be an INFJ or INFP child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    She's totally different in the film. First off, she's an adult who doesn't want to be engaged to a man who everyone is trying to set her up with...so it's a very different Alice.

    I disagree that Carroll's Alice is an ISFJ. I think she very well could be an INFJ or INFP child.
    I've taken the opportunity to go back through both books. Alice from Looking Glass is definitely an ISFJ. Alice from Wonderland ... isn't. She's far more imaginative, says what's on her mind, and takes an active role in her own adventures. INFP is possible here, though I don't think INFJ is.

    The second Alice is rather reserved, unfailingly polite, and perfectly willing to flatter someone she secretly dislikes. At one point in Wonderland, we are told that Alice is fond of pretending to be two people. Perhaps this is the other one.

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    I've never read the book, so I was just basing my typing on the Burton film. From what I can tell, in the books, her imagination is lacking. For example, there's a line the queen says, where she's trying to encourage Alice more.. "I think of six impossible things before breakfast." In the film, it's Alice's dad who says that early in her life, and who she takes after a bit. She ends up saying the line herself. That kind of stands out to me as a big change.

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    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    lol people actually think alice is INFP? Shes so INTP its ridiculous
    True.

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    Maybe Edward?, I'd peg Al as an INFP, I notice the Ti/Fi + Ne banter between these two throughout the series.


    Perhaps even Hohenheim


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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Niles? NO WAY. He's some prissy IxxJ type. Probably INTJ or ISTJ.

    I don't mean that as an insult, though, I had a crush on Niles when I was in high school. Ha. Dude is like high-maintenence neuroticism squared.
    I haven't seen seen the show in years, so that was just from memory. Was pretty sure he was at least Si/Ne. From what I've seen, INTJs are generally less neurotic than INTPs. Si plays a big role I think.
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