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The "Heikle" is to be distinguished from the "Huckle", which latter is defined
in the late Sir W.S. Gilbert's "Prince Cherry-Top".
A clear definition of the Heikle might have been obtained from Mr Oscar Eckenstein,
34 Greencroft Gardens, South Hampstead, London, N.W. (when this comment was written).
But its general nature is that of a certain minute whiteness, appearing at the
extreme end of great blackness.
It is a good title for the last chapter of this book, and it also symbolises the
eventual coming out into the light of his that has wandered long in the darkness.
91 is the numberation of Amen.
The chapter consists of an analysis of this word, but gives no indication as to the
result of this analysis, as if to imply this: The final Mystery is always insoluble.
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