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International Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics

Theme of love and mysticism in English and Pakistani poetry with reference to Wordsworth and Shinwari’s Poetry

Muhammad Ehsan, Fatima Khan, Muhammad Mohsin Ayub, Hasnain Irshad, Muhammad Ahsin Ayub

Department of English Language and Literature, The University of Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan.

Lecturer in English Govt. Post Graduate College for Women Bahawalnagar, Pakistan.

Department of Entomology University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan.

Accepted 17 July, 2016.

Citation: Ehsan M, Khan F, Ayub MM, Irshad H, Ayub MA (2016). Theme of love and mysticism in English and Pakistani poetry with reference to Wordsworth and Shinwari’s Poetry. International Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics, 3(1): 131-139.

 

Copyright: © 2016 Ehsan et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are cited.

Abstract

The original concept of love may differ from person to person as well as society to society and culture to culture. It can be interpreted differently. Love is a remarkable thing which has bounded the society and the people always to each other. Mysticism would best be assumption of as a gathering of individual practices, sermons, scripts, institutes, societies, and familiarities aimed at human alteration, variously defined in different traditions. The person is known as William James which has tried to clear the concept of mysticism. The research will find out how the works of two different poets living in different continents and having opposite cultural backgrounds are addressing the same ideas and incorporating similar notions about mysticism and love. This study is devised out of curiosity weather William Wordsworth and Ameer Hamza Shinwari’s poetry contains the elements of mysticism and love. This study tries to see the different dimension of his work and give the proper and the required conclusion.

Keywords: Theme of love and mysticism, individual practices, Wordsworth and Shinwari’s Poetry, human alteration, William James’ concept of mysticism

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