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Volume 1 Issue 1

June 2014

The Sacred and the Profane: Religious Voices in David William's The Burning Wood.
Dr. R. Roopkumar Balasingh, 
Coordinator, P.G. & Research, Formerly Head, 
Department of English, 
Bishop Heber College, 
Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India
Abstract
Whenever I come to the fountain to drink I find the living water itself thirsty; And it drinks me while I drink it. . . . . . . . . . Shall the day of parting be the day of gathering? And shall it be said that my eve was in truth my dawn? -Kahlil Gibran Religion marks a particular system of belief or behaviour and is essentially marked by a mode of rituals. Religion particularly speaks of the battle of the Good against Evil. Evil and Good become relative terms in a world of multiple faiths and shifting perspectives.
Keywords
Profane; Sacred; Religious Voices; David William; The Burning Wood
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