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An absurd's existentialism

Author Name: Tulsi Mathur | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

Love. The poetry that hearts sing and soul hums. But a forbidden fruit for many as well.

Can love but may not, is the existentialist crisis faced by a fictional protagonist who embarks his journey of life through crests and troughs.
This book is an amalgamation of non-fictional prose and fictional entities to disambiguate the literary movements of adsurdism and existentialism. The author has woven her own thoughts and those of thinkers to deliver an avant-garde piece of work.
A love story that doesn't ever meet it's conclusion, but succeeds in creating a better tomorrow is the central idea of the book while the story is analysed from an existentialist's perspective in the most absurd way possible!

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Tulsi Mathur

Tulsi Mathur can usually be found reading a book and
that book will more likely than not be a classic English.
Writing for others and expressing her individuality had
always been on her bucket list and eventually, with her
budding writing career, it became a reality.
She loves penning down each moment of her life and
could be spotted around coffee breweries with a top bun
and book in her hand. Belonging to the Pink city, she is
an Existentitailist at heart, believing to be an old soul
amidst the chaos, finding shadow in this blinding



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