Christopher Booker





Christopher Booker

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October 07, 1937

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Christopher John Penrice Booker is an English journalist and author.


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The case of 'Miss G' is a tragic lesson for our times, argues Christopher Booker




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“At the beginning of a full five-stage Tragedy, the central figure is always part of a community, a network of relationships, linked to other people by ties of loyalty, friendship, family or marriage. And one of the most important things which happens to such heroes and heroines as they embark on their tragic course is that they begin to break those bonds of loyalty, friendship and love (even if, initially, they may form other alliances). It is the very essence of Tragedy that the hero or heroine should become, step by step, separated from other people. Often they separate themselves in the most obvious, violent and final way possible, by causing other people's deaths.”
Christopher Booker, The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories



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