Self-revelation acts as the primary goal of all human actions and this reflects in the life of Eddie the protagonist of the novel The Five People You Meet in Heaven, written by American novelist Mitch Albom. This Article deals with Eddie’s ignorance of Life and its chaotic impact on the life of others. Self-revelation has become very popular in the Western world. Its popularity is boosted by psychoanalysis, human psychology, a growing interest in Eastern religions, and the rise of Western eroticism. Eddie experiences self-revelation after his death by having a life-changing inquiry with the five people who he meets in heaven. All of the five leading characters, seem to live separate lives of their own, however, they all seem to be partially connected to Eddie. This article aims to explore and expound on the self-revelation experienced by Eddie and the posthumous life lessons he learns.
Eternity, Philosophy, Peace, Sacrifice, Self-Realization.
Sherlin Sharon K , R. VithyaPrabha , S. Sudha "Self-Revelation in Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet in Heaven" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 10 2023 Page 577-579
Sherlin Sharon K , R. VithyaPrabha , S. Sudha "Self-Revelation in Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet in Heaven" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(10)