these are operas i haven't seen more than once, if at all. and i'm pretty type-blind when it comes to sensors and extraverts (i.e. most of the types). but i like this idea of calaf, and what i've seen of traviata makes violetta as infj plausible too. the manner of what the guy's father appealed to in her to get her to give him up fits right in.Hello, I think Calàf is esfp.
How would you type La Traviata and Tosca?
I view Violetta as an infx (Sounds like she has Ni in Addio, del passato.) And Alfredo as infp.
Tosca : I see a lot of Fi
Mario : Not sure
turandot though; i'd say no. no intj i've ever had that mind-click with would ever engage in such a ridiculous level of gamesiness. i mean, could there even be a longer (or a more gratuitous way) to accomplish a goal? there could not. and talk about passive aggression as well . beheading people for failing out of a party game? come on.
and if i were in her shoes having made a deal with calaf i would not a) cheat, or b) torture a completely innocent bystander to try and force my way into a win. i mean, that's just fundamental intj operating rules. whatever she is, to me she came across as just crazy af.
final point: the whole premise of her being asexual is a) grounded in a sort of second-hand ptsd so not inherent to her own temperament, and b) the sort of superficial thing people attribute to intjs. demi- or sapio-sexual might fit a lot of us, but in her case it's not like anything calaf does or says is designed to get him into the wheelhouse on either one of those things anyway.
i'd nominate lucia's brother whose-name-escapes-me as one possible intj though. it's the singlemindedness to begin with followed by the remorse. that could all be based on the ways that i've seen him played though.
and is it simplistic to see the figaro of barber as entp? he's unsinkable.