jack london - ESE-Si
theodore dreiser - ILI-Te . Well, at least he is gamma.
napoleon - LII-Ne
honore de balzac - ILE-Ne
don quixote - fictional entity. ILE - Ti might work, but it wouldn't surprise me if he was some sort of mad LSI-Ti.
maximilien robespierre - IEI-Fe or LSI-Se (unsure, but it's one of these two)
victor hugo (this is the dude used for the exemplar, right?) - SLI-Si
alexandre dumas - this one actually seems typed correctly. SEI-Fe
georgy zhukov - EIE-Fe
Serguéi Yesenin - Correct. IEI-Ni
Hamlet - fictional. Seems intuitive (due to his philosophizing, which does not necessarily mean he is intuitive), but his emphasis on conscience and revenge point to him being a Fi type instead (or at least not a Fi ignoring type). I like this rendition (and kenneth brannagh portrayal), in which he seems... LSE? Nope; SLI-Te. Lmao... another conflictor exemplar's real type.
Maxim gorky - another ILE-Ne
Stirlitz - fictional, but seems correct. LSE-Si
Jean Gabin - SLE-Ti
Aldous Huxley - EIE-Ni
dostoyesvsky - Correct. EII-Fi
Wow ... four out of sixteen. So much for the old type exemplars...