I saw this on the DP spot, written by AudreyFreak and I thought it would be an interesting idea to do the same with some of the heroines. But instead of doing them all in one article, I decided to separate them and write one article fro each heroine. I do this for 2 reasons. Firstly, because it needs a lot of time and with the homework and stuff I will never be able to finish it. The second reason is that this club is not at all active and we try to bring it back to life, so I think that it will make people visit it more often (if you like it and you're interested in reading the next ones...). Please have in mind that I won't do the Disney Princesses.
If you don't know about the Myers-Briggs test, you can read about it in the site I've wrote at the end of the article.
I decided to start with Esmeralda since she's my favorite. It's the first time I'm going to work with Myers Briggs, so I'm sorry if I didn't do it right, I'll be very happy if you give me some suggestions and corrections.
Esmeralda is ESFP
: Esmeralda is definitely extroverted. Firstly, she acts before she thinks. She's not the type of girl that will sit and think before she does something, if she feels it's good, she'll do it. She felt prisoned when she had to stay in the church, "Gypsies don't do well in stone walls". She's also very confident, talkative, open to people and she can make friends easily, even though people don't like her because of her ethnicity.
: She's a realist, she dreams of a better life but she knows her dreams won't come true unless she does something about it. I think she said that while she was in the church, Archadeon said: "You can't right all the wrongs in this world by yourself." and she responded: "No one out there's going to help, that's for sure." She doesn't have the head in the clouds, she lives in the present.
: She's very passionate and follows her heart and not her mind. When, she senses injustice, she immediately tries to defend the victims. When everyobody thinks Quasimodo is a monster, she feels that he's more than what he seems. Also, while Phoebus is supposed to be bad, she understands that he's different than the other soldiers and she isn't afraid to scream in front of Frollo that she demands justice. She deeply cares about other people's emotions and reactions.
: To begin with, Esmeralda is a person that doesn't think of the consequences, like I said before, she acts before she thinks. To be more specific, when she defended Quasimodo and made fun of Frollo, she didn't think what would follow, she was comfortable with making a plan on-the-go. Furthermore, living in the street and being a gypsy requires flexibility, which is a characteristic of perceiving people. Also, she definitely mixes work and play, she seems to enjoy dancing (but of course she would prefer a better job) and likes being free.
I found a site where it describes every Myers-Briggs type and I would like to write here what it says for ESFPs, in order to see if the results are correct:
Outgoing, friendly, and accepting. Exuberant lovers of life, people, and material comforts. Enjoy working with others to make things happen. Bring common sense and a realistic approach to their work, and make work fun. Flexible and spontaneous, adapt readily to new people and environments. Learn best by trying a new skill with other people.
I think it describes Esmeralda very well, what do you think?
Here's the site: link