I’m using Sans to represent my inner anguish towards my essay through a touch screen (I’m having a bad time)
(If you haven’t noticed already, I’m less active now bc of school. Anyway, this is the one time I’ll be on in awhile, and I can’t go for long periods of time, so I’m sorry if I don’t answer your questions now. I’ll take care of them when I have enough free time. Thanks for reading, hope you have a great rest of the month!)
Introverted Feeling (Fi): Frank’s values are so absolute that he refuses to hand over information to the Japanese that might hurt Juliana, in exchange for getting his sister and her children freed. He suffers tremendous emotional pain but not once does he turn to anyone else for emotional support; Frank merely quietly deals with his inner anguish and comes up with ways to “avenge” past wrongs. He is emotionally intense and once he divides from someone in his mind, it is hard to connect again.
Extroverted Sensing (Se): He is impulsive and hands-on, an excellent jewelry maker, but also handy with false guns and knowing how to convert them to fire real bullets. When opportunities arise for him to strike back at the Japanese, he takes them. He only over-thinks his decisions later. (It is not fear of committing to following through that stops him from firing at the Prince, but knowing a little boy stands in the crowd nearby – Fi). Unlike Juliana, he does not have to experience brutality to know that it exists. He takes their situation seriously and advises extreme caution, because he is aware of the reality of their occupation.
Introverted Intuition (Ni): His reaction to the hope the tape inspires is dread, because he knows what will happen next: the Japanese will do anything to suppress that information, including killing people they care about… and he is right. Fred does invest in long term thinking; he visualizes what he wants and carries it out, but is also leery at times of action because he foresees the negative outcome.
Extroverted Thinking (Te): Many of his decisions are emotional, but he does realize their consequences in real life – enough to warn Juliana that what she is doing is dangerous. Fred tends to make up his mind and take deliberate action in ways that he knows make factual sense (assassinating the Prince serves a purpose, both in the Japanese culture and in avenging his family). He also knows when to quit.
This would probably make more sense if you read this first.
Harry was halfway through his anguished inner monologue to
Merlin, relatively certain that he was prepared to all-but beg for a trap door
to swallow him whole and save him from embarrassing situations such as this
“Good,” said Eggsy. Harry
must have looked confused, because the younger man quickly added, “That you’re
not dying, I mean. That’s good.”
“Oh,” he replied awkwardly.
Harry avoided Eggsy’s gaze when they both abruptly spoke over
“I didn’t know today was Valentine’s Day.”
“You don’t have to stay, Eggsy.”
Harry could feel his face grow hot. Maybe if he was lucky, he could burn a hole
straight through his floorboards and disappear that way. Going
up in flames can’t be so bad, he thought to himself. Wouldn’t be much different from
this utter shit-storm of-