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This is a discussion on INFP Fictional characters within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Linus from Peanuts? That weird mature/naive mix reminds me of an INFP friend of mine, and someone once told me ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Linus from Peanuts? That weird mature/naive mix reminds me of an INFP friend of mine, and someone once told me I reminded her of Linus.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    some people say princess aurora is an infp. you think so?

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Althaea Rosea View Post
    some people say princess aurora is an infp. you think so?
    well I'd go for that assessment. I've always felt extreemly akin to her, as a kid I felt like she was me. I loved watching that movie - it's still one of my favorites, and I was always so mad that my friends wouldn't let me play her because my hair wasn't blond because I was so obviously more like her than anyone else, lol.

    but yeah, i can see it. She has those idealistic dreams that are very important to her. She values romance and her picture of that ideal love is quietly walking and talking together. She isn't beguiled by the riches and importance of being a princess, but is happy with her life in the woods and just wants someone to love - love seems to be her dream and ideal. She is shy, but also willing to trust her instincts when she meets Phillip and becomes quickly attached. She also really values pleasing the people who are dear to her - the fairies. She's not very assertive which is why she goes back to the castle instead of running away or defying them. She is friendly with animals -which seems to fit as well, I think INFPs tend to make others feel safe, including animals. She seems to approach chores from a having fun perspective, rather than a serious work perspective. She sings as she's cleaning the house, she meanders through the woods and daydreams while picking berries, she dances and visits with her animal friends. She looses track of time. There really isn't a whole lot of chracter development to go on, but it seems plausible anyways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tangential View Post
    Jane Eyre seems kind of INFP but probably more INFJ.
    I think she's INFP too.

    Also:
    Fanny Price in Mansfield Park.
    Levin in Anna Karenina

    Angela, My So Called Life




    Annie Hall


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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post


    ?
    Luna Lovegood is an ENFP, IMO.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoid Android View Post
    Luna Lovegood is an ENFP, IMO.
    I don't know. Luna seemed to wander around by herself a lot.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    in disney princesses possibly mulan?
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Alice Munro from the movie The Last of the Mohicans

    Description:
    Alice was always treated with extreme protection by everyone around her, always separated from the real world. She always thought the world was a place of peace, beauty and safety. but she was wrong, and in the last moments of her life she meditates about all that. She feels guilty, she believes that because of her weakness she was not able to survive and help the man she loves, and deal with the cruelty that separated her from her family. She is lost and away from all the things she ever wanted in her life, all her needs are broken and lost forever.


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    INFP - The Idealists

    what about the pevensies from narnia?

    i think lucy is an infp. i just watched prince caspian. she likes to walk in the forest alone when the others are sleeping. she loves the forest, the animals and the nature. she's the one who see aslan when the others can't and stubbornly said that it's true. she can't stand seeing the dwarf cut off the bear's carcass who tried to kill her a moment ago. she believes somehow aslan will come and save narnia, and that they have to wait a bit longer for him, although the others have lost their hopes.

    maybe edmund is an intj? or istj? i'm not sure about him. he can be intuitive sometimes but he also sticks to his senses. he doesn't talk much, and think all by himself when everyone is arguing, though he is quite wise.

    susan is an istj/esfj? she gives logical explanation about the shrinking beruna, she doubts lucy sees aslan, and after she leaves narnia, she thinks it's just a childish game from their childhood. but she's gentle so maybe she might be an f?

    and what about peter?
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I think Prince Myshkin from The Idiot could be an INFP. He's naive, very idealistic and has extremely high moral standards, which eventually brings about his downfall.


     
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