Samuel Beckett and William Blake: An Intellectual Mystical study of Waiting for Godot and The Tyger, The Lamb

Vol-6 | No-01 | January-2021 | Published Online: 17 January 2021    PDF ( 338 KB )
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31305/rrijm.2021.v06.i01.003
Author(s)
Sandip Kumar Kabi 1

1Part-time teacher,(Eng.) Sitananda College (V.U), Nandigram, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India.

Abstract

Human life is a myth making philosophical identity a positive thought of explanation. Beckett philosophies political injustice of time. Life deals with moral perspective reattachment to the passionate intensity of its existential totality. Samuel Beckett and William Blake who philosophies religious or spiritual knowledge through their mystical introspective Stoic recognition with God, who is the creator of this universe. The world is now conveying mercy of an obscure threatening outsighted world. Moral and philosophical views hypothesize consequential catastrophic events that lead to the destruction of self-reflexive mode as a modern critic he criticizes the image of mechanization in relation to the individual story teller and spectator. He was predominantly concerned with a socialist awakening. Mystic thought reveals that the philosopher has romanticized his depiction of transcendental love. He also demonstrated production and vibrant works that haunt audiences. Beckett tries to convey many obligations in the Theatre as well as his loyalty and generosity to his friends. Beckett dabbled in all kinds of creative writing from literary reviews to poetry, fiction and drama. He was heavily influenced by James Joyce. His style was seeping into Beckett’s mystical work. His plays are in self-reflexive mood and plays are form in minimalist and concerned with the tyranny of social and political construction. His characterization follows current conflict and dominating plot with a struggle and successfully resolves the conflict of problem and prevails a climax call incident. William Blake suggestively presented the creator of the tiger as an artisan of wonderful skill and strength. On the other hand, the creator of the lamb is a god of mercy and of mild, meek and gentle nature. Samuel Beckett and William Blake try to follow up mystic vision in nature in man and reflected in Songs of Innocence (1789) and Songs of Experience (1794).

Keywords
Mysticism, Existentialism, Romantic and Modern Philosophical context
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