I absolutely love the Phantom but I'm more Blanche honestly, as far as general attitude. She cares what people think and has an elegance to her. The Phantom doesn't seem to care about much but his music and Christine, doesn't care what people think of that. He bares his soul. Blanche does too, but she shifts what people see. I do see the distinction now, but I'm still sort of new to the enneagram.Haha, then you must be a 4w3 if you had any doubts. I should have stayed with a Tennessee Williams (obvious 4) theme, and said Tom Wingfield from "The Glass Menagerie" is likely a 4w5. I relate to him a lot. Riso-Hudson say Blanche is 4w3 and Laura Wingfield is 4w5. I think Laura is a dissociated 9w1 instead, though her character is symbolic of Type 4. I also see this in John Merrick of "The Elephant Man." He's representative of Type 4 so-instinct, but he's played as a gentle, self-effacing 9. Though he is born deformed, there's really no sense of shame, longing, or self-pity in the character. A character like The Phantom from "Phantom of the Opera" is a so-instinct 4w5 who does display typical 4 behaviors/fixations.
Edit: The Phantom is a sx-instinct.