Journey in the Magi' has been penned down by Nobel prize champion TS Eliot an is a contrast of experiences based on the nativity of Christ. The monologue describes the journey of the Magi to Bethlahem in search of spiritual pacification and is a merchant account of Eliot's own alteration to Anglican faith, making the voyage and aim correlation for Eliot.
As per the Gospel history, the Magi were the three wise males namely Balthazar- King of Chaldea, Gaspor - Full of Ethopia, Melchoir -King of Nubia who belonged to the priestly class of magicians together come to Bethlahem to pay respect to baby Christ delivering him with gifts of gold, myrrh, and frankincense. They symbolise wandering human souls searching for spirituality, the eternal psychic quester. The poem, вЂJourney of the Magi' opens together with the nativity sermon of Lancelot Andrews preached in 1622 which describes the struggles Magi faced due to profound ways, well-defined weather, conference snow and hostile conditions which were hard to fight: вЂ A chilly coming there were of it/ Just the worst tme of the year' in вЂthe incredibly dead of winter'. The Magus confesses that there was introspection marketed for вЂthere were instances we regretted' as they had given up materialistic pleasures and sensuality of вЂSummer places on the slope' and вЂsilken girls getting sherbet. '
Besides questioning whether it had been worth your energy, their serious problem of search was overlooked and the day by day difficulties bogged them down with вЂcamelmen cursing and grumbling', вЂnight fires going out' and вЂvillages, filthy and asking high prices'. and they accepted, вЂA difficult experience we had of it'.
The Magi right now вЂpreferred going all night' and experienced agonising moments of home doubt: вЂvoices singing in our ears saying this was most folly' just before they finally reached a temperate valley.
The second half of the poem abounds in symbolism with the temperate valley signifing the difference in their lives that adopted the ardous journey. They come across a вЂ jogging stream'...