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This is a discussion on Female fictional INTJ protagonists? within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; She's opinonated = J She's always strategizing = N She's got lots of theories = T She's independent = I ...

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    She's opinonated = J
    She's always strategizing = N
    She's got lots of theories = T
    She's independent = I

    They are INTJs who mistake each other in the beginning.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by provencal View Post
    She's opinonated = J
    She's always strategizing = N
    She's got lots of theories = T
    She's independent = I

    They are INTJs who mistake each other in the beginning.
    I doesn't equal independent; it means Introvert. I think Elizabeth Bennett is an extrovert. She loves being with people, loves social events, and gets energy from them. Anne Elliott from Janet Austen's Persuasion seems much more INTJ.

    Terry Pratchett wrote a great young adult series set in Discworld starring a young witch named Tiffany Aching, who is a total INTJ. Titles: The Wee Free Men; Hat Full of Sky; Wintersmith

    Oh, and Granny Weatherwax, who makes frequent appearances in Pratchett's novels, seems like an INTJ as well. Mostly what she is, though, is a witch.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Girl View Post
    I doesn't equal independent; it means Introvert. I think Elizabeth Bennett is an extrovert. She loves being with people, loves social events, and gets energy from them. Anne Elliott from Janet Austen's Persuasion seems much more INTJ.

    Terry Pratchett wrote a great young adult series set in Discworld starring a young witch named Tiffany Aching, who is a total INTJ. Titles: The Wee Free Men; Hat Full of Sky; Wintersmith

    Oh, and Granny Weatherwax, who makes frequent appearances in Pratchett's novels, seems like an INTJ as well. Mostly what she is, though, is a witch.
    Still haven't read Tiffany Aching books, can't wait now! Talking about Pratchett; Adora Belle Dearheart from Making Money, and Susan Sto Helit probably.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Kira from Ayn Rand's "We The Living" could be INTJ. I only say this because I believe that Rand was INTJ herself and this book is the closest thing she has written to an autobiography. I think most of her protagonists are INTJ (typically male, however) whether in Anthem, Atlas Shrugged or The Fountainhead. I don't completely agree with Rand (that whole strict laissez faire thing), but I really enjoy her books. We The Living was her recollection of Russia just after the Russian Revolution, and she writes basically first person recalling what she and her family struggled through during this time. Then again, I'm sort of drawn to dystopian Russian authors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by travisty View Post
    Kira from Ayn Rand's "We The Living" could be INTJ. I only say this because I believe that Rand was INTJ herself and this book is the closest thing she has written to an autobiography. I think most of her protagonists are INTJ (typically male, however) whether in Anthem, Atlas Shrugged or The Fountainhead. I don't completely agree with Rand (that whole strict laissez faire thing), but I really enjoy her books. We The Living was her recollection of Russia just after the Russian Revolution, and she writes basically first person recalling what she and her family struggled through during this time. Then again, I'm sort of drawn to dystopian Russian authors.
    I think Rand was INTJ too, but I've heard some say she was close to INTP. Sort of like me. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by travisty View Post
    Kira from Ayn Rand's "We The Living" could be INTJ. I only say this because I believe that Rand was INTJ herself and this book is the closest thing she has written to an autobiography. I think most of her protagonists are INTJ (typically male, however) whether in Anthem, Atlas Shrugged or The Fountainhead. I don't completely agree with Rand (that whole strict laissez faire thing), but I really enjoy her books. We The Living was her recollection of Russia just after the Russian Revolution, and she writes basically first person recalling what she and her family struggled through during this time. Then again, I'm sort of drawn to dystopian Russian authors.
    When I was reading We The Living, I thought Kira exhibited a good deal of Ni and Ti, so indeed it is bit hard to pin her (and Ayn Rand) down. Since she's a fictional character her type can be decided on a matter of perspective. Some readers might perceive her to be INTP and others INTJ just because her internal process can fit more or less in the definitions of Ti and Ni.

    Me personally, I thought she was INTP when I was first reading it, but thinking about it more I suppose she can be INTJ.
    Last edited by Harley; 12-20-2010 at 08:50 PM. Reason: typo
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I suppose that Dagny from Atlas could be perceived the same way? I'm certainly not an expert on the types just yet as I'm fairly new here. But, even if you take a look at objectivism (which sort of appears anti-collective) the end intended result of the objectivists work is that it will eventually contribute to and enhance the collective. A logical loop that I have difficulty coming to terms with. Seems kind of INTJ almost INTP or vice versa, I suppose.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by travisty View Post
    I suppose that Dagny from Atlas could be perceived the same way? I'm certainly not an expert on the types just yet as I'm fairly new here. But, even if you take a look at objectivism (which sort of appears anti-collective) the end intended result of the objectivists work is that it will eventually contribute to and enhance the collective. A logical loop that I have difficulty coming to terms with. Seems kind of INTJ almost INTP or vice versa, I suppose.
    I'd say Dagny is INTJ.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by catniss View Post
    Goodness no. There would be no book in that case, or there would be a much less annoying book; seeing as Mr. Darcy is an INTJ poster child, if Elisabeth was one as well they would get along much better from the beginning. She is an INFx, I think.

    Katniss Everdeen from the Hunger Games trilogy.


    I had a feeling that she was an INTJ. I can relate to her.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Kay Scarpetta from the Patrician Cornwell novels.


 

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