When the heavens above did not exist,
And earth beneath had not come into being —
There was Apsû, the first in order, their begetter,
And demiurge Tia-mat, who gave birth to them all;
They had mingled their waters together
Before meadow-land had coalesced and reed-bed was to he found —
When not one of the gods had been formed
Or had come into being, when no destinies had been decreed,
The gods were created within them:
Kierkegaard wrote a review of Andersen's books early in his career. His views of Andersen as a writer and a man are mixed, but Kierkegaard criticizes Andersen for what he perceives as cowardliness and mawkishness. It's not definitive evidence, but I perceive it as being an IEI's critical view of an EII.
Andersen's tales (it should be noted that he was not merely a fairy-tale writer, but also a writer of novels, poetry and travelogues) deal primarily with morals and Andersen's own emotions. I don't see much Ni at all.