Emma Mildon’s The Soul Searcher’s Handbook: The Modern Girl’s Guide to the New Age World: A Spiritual Antidote to Modern-day Travellers
AbstractA travel guidebook is a popular genre of travel literature which is often associated with different types of travel world-wide. It is a text of information intended for enlightening the readers about destinations and activities through guidelines which encourage the readers to travel. It is produced by a variety of writers focusing on different aspects of travel. Spiritual travel guide is one among the most widely considered aspects of this genre which focuses on incorporating spirituality into modern-day life and introduces a myriad of wonderful spiritual landscapes and practices. Emma Mildon’s The Soul Searcher’s Handbook: The Modern Girl’s Guide to the New Age World is a spiritual travel guide written with a revitalizing glance at how to be a spiritual traveler. It can be measured as a healthy dose of humour, combining everyday reality with the search of spirituality. As a consequence, the present research paper is an attempt to contextualize and analyze Emma Mildon’s The Soul Searcher’s Handbook as an explorative antidote on all forms of soul searching to discover nourishing modern practices to achieve earnest spiritual enlightenment.
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