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  2. NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects
    I am reading Macbeth in my English class and was wondering what the types of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are. I'm currently thinking Macbeth: INTJ Lady Macbeth: ENTJ Thoughts?
  3. NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers
    This is for those that can’t determine if they’re INFP or INFJ. The test is extremely inaccurate and people end up typing p if they’re more sporadic and j if they see themselves as organized, or they end up typing as the type they idealize. It’s hard to explain on how this assumption is wrong...
  4. Guess the type
    I'm absolutely terrible at typing fictional characters (I can never decide...) Help!!! I haven't seen any threads on this yet, so...... Here are some to get the ball rolling: Hamlet- INFP or INTP Ophelia- INFJ Just speculation here. Here are some suggestions of characters to type...
  5. Guess the type
    What would be the types of some famous Shakespearean characters? Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo, Juliet? Touchstone and Jaques from As You Like It? Falstaff? Lear? Julius Caesar? And Shakey himself?
  6. Blog
    "Expectation is the root of all heartache." ---- William Shakespeare I just paused for a second, trying to figure out what I was about to write when I realized that behavior itself could trap me in an idealized image of what this post would look like—to cage myself once again inside my head...
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    For the last ten years, I honestly thought something was wrong with me. I did. I live with an ESTP, an ESTJ, and and ESFP. And we drive each other insane. My sister even once called me Spock(aka lovable vulcan from star trek who locks away his emotions and is hard to know, and then has...
  8. ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    So, I know Mercutio is as ENTP as a fictional character from the late 16th century comes and I'm curious on how y'all feel about him. I, myself, loved the character and actually played him twice while I was in school and a couple more times I did his part in readings, so I definitely felt drawn...
  9. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    What is it about literature that awakens the imagination in a way that pales real time interaction? When I read Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre" or Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina", I’m transported not only in time, but in a world more alive than my own. How can I describe it? How is it that some...
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