QUOTE | FROM Haruki Murakami




The sense of tragedy - according to Aristotle - comes, ironically enough, not from the protagonist's weak points but from his good qualities. Do you know what I'm getting at? People are drawn deeper into tragedy not by their defects but by their virtues....But we accept irony through a device called metaphor. And through that we grow and become deeper human beings.



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