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This is a discussion on NF Book List (Or Suggested Reading) within the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers forums, part of the Keirsey Temperament Forums category; I thought about putting up Ghandi's autobiography, but I actually haven't read it, and I hate to recommend a book ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    I thought about putting up Ghandi's autobiography, but I actually haven't read it, and I hate to recommend a book I haven't read.

    I guess you could put up any biography of known INFPs like Tolkien, Mister Rogers, Princess Dianna, ect.

    Just look around Amazon, pick one up and let us know!

  2. #12
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Yeah , that's the problem
    I have never read an autobiography book before, i just watched it on television ^^
    and same as you, I hate recommends book that I haven't read too

  3. #13
    INFP - The Idealists

    You know, if your into biography there is a book that I've been thinking of adding to the list. The book "Into the Wild" by Jon Krakauer is a great book about an obvious INFP. He's sort of my idle, except the whole died in Alaska thing. Anyways, good read, Krakauer has a knack for slow death tension. Anyways, if you pick it up, let me know.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Anything by Terry Brooks. Including the Shannara series. He's INFJ :). (NiFe)

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    hmm.. Shanara Series, a fiction.. just like LOTR right?
    I've heard few reviews of the Shanara Series, many of them said it's not as good as LOTR..
    but i don't know i haven't read it too..

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    INFP - The Idealists

    I've got the next piece of Non-Fiction to add to the list. This one should definitely be required reading for this site. It's all about communicating with people with different communication styles.

    "That's Not What I meant!" Deborah Tannen. Ph.D. A workable explanation of communication styles from an expert in linguistics, it's an easy academic read, for those entering social or psychological fields. Especially pertinent information on a website that's meant to bring together people of different personalities (and communication styles) together.

  8. #17
    INFJ - The Protectors

    That sounds a very good book to read..
    I have a social community that involves many different personalities, I think it would help so much if I could understand how to communicate with people who had different communication styles.

    You know, if your into biography there is a book that I've been thinking of adding to the list. The book "Into the Wild" by Jon Krakauer is a great book about an obvious INFP. He's sort of my idle, except the whole died in Alaska thing. Anyways, good read, Krakauer has a knack for slow death tension. Anyways, if you pick it up, let me know
    Yes, thanks.. I think it's very interesting. I will try to find that book ^^

  9. #18
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Trilogy by H.D. One of my favorite books of poems. The closest thing I have to a religion, this text seeks to meld many of the old stories into a unified, modern religious document. Centered around a matriarch this time. Check it out.
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    The Vertigo comics Fables series by Bill Willingham (who’s probably an INFP) is one of my favorites, right up there with Neal Gaiman's Sandman. This is a magnificent and very addictive “r-rated”series featuring stories within stories starring versions of familiar fairy tale characters, both well-drawn and well-written. The fable characters that can pass for normal people in human society are holed up in a small section of Manhatten called Fabletown, having centuries prior fled their homelands from a greater, invading power known as the Adversary; the rest live on a farm village in upstate New York. Each place is hidden from prying mortal eyes by various spells and magical barriars.

    The cast of characters include: Jack from Jack in the Beanstalk, a scheming ENTPish con-artist; Bigby Wolf, the former bad guy from Little Red Riding hood and now the chain-smoking town sheriff, who in the first volume has to solve a murder mystery where the main suspects include Jack and Bluebeard; Sinbad from Arabian Nights; Mowgli from Kipling’s Jungle books; Pinocchio; Boy Blue; Snow White, the no-nonsense right hand of the Mayor, and her sister Red, who are constantly at each others throats; Prince Charming; the witch from Hansel and Gretal; Cinderella, Fabletown's ace secret agent.

    The main storyline, which kicks in after the first few volumes, involves the war between Fabletown and the Adversery that forced the Fabletown characters to flee from their homelands, multiple fairy tale realms interconnected to each other and our world by certain gateways. In the first volumes you’re given some of the backstory and foreshadowing of what’s to come. You learn that the Adversary has taken over most of the other worlds and means to conquer this world and capture Fabletown.
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  11. #20

    Non Fiction - Self Help/Travel

    Where in the world do I belong - Written by Brent Massey who is an INFP. Interesting book, Brent describes countries by personality type and profiles over 100 places. Tibet is INFP
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