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Don Quixote, the greatest example of an INFJ?

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    wondering, have any of you guys read Don Quixote de la Mancha? I think the title character is the most INFJ character that has ever existed. What you guys think?
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    I think Don Quixote must be INFJ since he reads books.
     
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    Many parts of his character. Being reclusive, idealistic and empathy oriented, having a spiritual/ideological view on the world that drives him apart from a materialistic and "vulgar" world. The "lost in a dreamworld" mentality, the romantical and unrealistic view of romantic relationships ect ect. Even the dark parts of his personality, like when he gets depressed and shuns himself or the climatic moment when he looses his faith at the final battle with the knight of moons. Almost every aspect of this character seems to hint an INFJ. Well of course thats my humble opinion :) Of course he being a fictional character, we could just assume that maybe some INFJs may feel identified with him.
     
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