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Research Paper | English Language and Literature | India | Volume 6 Issue 9, September 2017
The Uncertainty of the Invisible, the Mystical, the Breathless Omnipotent That Hewed the Concealed Artistries Out of the Doubting Thomases
Merrin Antony  | S. Sreejana
Abstract: The passion for acquiring knowledge begins with a subtle investigation claiming answers because of the inquisitiveness the mankind owns. The Mystical Nature kindles the doubters and thinkers and freely allows them to frame their thoughts into astounding pieces in literature. The ambiguity employed in the works puzzles the readers and enables them to journey through an unseen or unknown world. The display of the concealed world thrills the readers with curiosity about the existence of the unseen melodies. The Renowned but Unknown, The Dreadful but Unseen, The Breathless but Omnipotent provoke the seekers to find the Magical Mystery. The past, the present and the future, inspite of the blossoming sciences, cannot unlock the tightly tangled labyrinth of the crux. The doubting writers who carved theories, conclusions, poems and criticisms out of the Curtained Being, fall into the category of the Metaphysical poets, the Theologians, the Critics and the Transcendentalists. Their works like the gem stones lure the readers to awaken their slumbered suspicions to active thought process. The eternal lingering of the Uncertainty will create more number of artisans who tidy up the scrambled mystical art into allineated mystical patterns.
Keywords: Metaphysical, Theologian, Critic, Transcendentalist, God
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 9, September 2017,
Pages: 1640 - 1642
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