What Each Socionics Type Would Name a Novel About Love
Don Quixote (ILE): "Love as a Basic Fundamental Principle of the Universe"
Dumas (SEI): "The Path to the Heart (A Collection of Recipes)"
Robspierre (LII): "Analysis of Correlations Between Mating Invertebrates During Sexual Maturity"
Hugo (ESE): "The Love of Life, or Every Day is a Holiday"
Zhukov (SLE): "Love is War: a Memoir."
Yesenin (IEI): "Misty Morning in Stockholm or Arctic Winter in French"
Gorky (LSI): "Love Is On Schedule (Weekdays from 5:00pm to 5:30pm, Weekends from 11:00am to 1:00pm)"
Hamlet (EIE): "What is LOVE? ...Bliss? ...Punishment?"
Napolean (SEE): "Love To Me: All the Facets of Feelings"
Balzac (ILI): "The Sacred Meaning of Love, or All Will Be There"
Jack (LIE): "Love, Wholesale and Retail. A Handbook for Beginners."
Dreiser (ESI): "Perverse Love: RETRIBUTION"
Huxley (IEE): "How to Completely and Permanently Fall In Love With the Right Person after 3 Minutes, and Turn Away the Wrong Person after 5 Minutes."
Gabin (SLI): "Love, From Your Sofa" (Children under 16)
Dostoevsky (EII): "I Love You All! (an Autobiography)"
Stirlitz (LSE): "Love. A Step-by-Step Guide."
Translated from here: http://www.simtim.org/node/3066
I don't really understand the SEE and ILI ones, but the rest are amusing.