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ENNEAGRAM CHARACTER. Perfectionist #1 Atticus Finch To Kill a Mockingbird -Criticize & reform a racist world by his standards of human kindness and his.

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1 ENNEAGRAM CHARACTER

2 Perfectionist #1 Atticus Finch To Kill a Mockingbird -Criticize & reform a racist world by his standards of human kindness and his moral codes -Tendencies of the savior & the critic -Speaks his mind without restraint

3 Perfectionist #1 Mary Poppins -”tape measure” to judge others for their faults while considering themselves in the right -Her self measure of the magic tape result: Practically perfect in every way - Their duty to govern those they consider flawed

4 Giver #2 T.S. Garp The world according to Garp -Show himself both as giving (extreme care for his teacher and a rape victim) and as needy (breaking into rage when he discovers his wife’s infidelity) -Over-the-top kindness and neediness

5 Achiever #3 Scarlett O’Hara Gone With the Wind -Unchangingly selfish (sees Rhett as less of a lover and more of a goal to re- accomplish) -Known by everyone, & her “I want” philosophy is an obvious pared-down- to-the-core #3

6 Connoisseur #4 Madame Bovary Flaubert’s novel: Madame Bovary -Her aesthetic sense of beauty and her constant dissatisfaction -On a quest for the perfect and unique -Dies without having reached that goal in her mind

7 Observer #5 Sherlock Holmes Stories of Arthur Conan Doyle -Quintessential #5, retreating from society into his mental processes and heightening his intelligence at every turn

8 Loyalist #6 Celia Copleston The Cocktail Party -Frank words regarding pessimism and rehabilitation from fear -Attributes her loneliness to a theory that everyone in this world is lonely -Greatest sins: failure and emptiness

9 Enthusiast #7 Holly Golightly Breakfast at Tiffany’s - Desire for escapism - Her longed-for ideal, which she chases and can never have - Unchanging whimsy even during hard time

10 Challenger #8 Othello A character in Shakespearean’s story -Drive to actions seems strong than most other examples -Pushes forth to war, to woo, to avenge and to commit suicide

11 Peacemaker #9 Rabbit Rabbit, Run – John Updike -Indecisiveness -Ran away from home due to being asked to do two errands in an unspecified order and unable to decide -Waver, attempting neutrality

12 REFLECTION QUESTION Answer 3 out of 6 questions in the next slide to earn an optional Bronze credit for ILCP The reflection should be sent to MO

13 1)How do you see the Enneagram types affecting your personal relationships? (It does not have to be a romantic relationship; you can describe how the type affects a friendship or family bond.) 2)How do you feel your personal Enneagram type affects your viewing of literature and pop culture? 3)Do you identify with the characters of your type, or do you have a distaste for them? Is this related to similarities or differences they have to your personality? 4)How does the knowledge of the Enneagram field of study in general affect the way you view literature and pop culture? Do you analyze fictional characters by type? How does this change the way you see them? 5)What other works can you think of where a character's motivations make sense once you figure out that character's type? Think back not only to recreational readings and viewings, but also of materials you read and viewed for class. 6)Do you see any other personality traits in these characters that differ from those identified?


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