Philosophical Fiction

Philosophical Fiction
I have started a new genre of writing called as Philosophical Fiction. Philosophical Fiction represents the savory Biryani (rice mixed with meat and vegetables. Philosophical Fiction aims to created an art-novel with dissemination of ideas. In one sense, it is a written painting with the splurge of colors that a encompassed by a maverick novelist it. Tropes in the novel bear a highest degree of art. Some tropes used are metaphors, similes, metonyms, synecdoche, oxymoron, zeugma, rhetorical question and many others forms. Some examples are: Picasso howls on a Cubist canvas. Beethoven melodies electric sandwiches. Beauty thy figure is a trope. The students filtered out of the classroom in hullaballoo. Marx’s religion is dead. The sea is tranquil and violent. Pearls twinkled in the sky. Both James and his religion died. The warlock’s earrings twinkled like a bell. Oh Democracy: what crimes are committed in thy name. Shame is fractured in a skin that’s repentant.

Again Philosophical Fiction distills ideas. Here I am starting from the Existential Philosophy of atheistic nihilism. For them life has no meaning and living is a chaotic absurdity. I am creating in my fiction a philosophy called as value ontology. I affirm that life has a meaning and purpose and we are living and leading our lives as purposists with a philosophy of Valeuablization. I shift my ontological perspectives to a constructivism. I adhere to the view of life being preciousness.

Again Philosophical encompasses character sketches. Character sketches are resonances of the soul. Yes, Characters indulge in the libidinal beauty of the soul. Characters leave ashes of existential fetishes. Characters are liberated narcissists. In Philosophical fiction character’s inner consciousness is given more importance and purpose. Characters dance in the eclecticism of the pen. Little value is given to physical looks.

Plot in fiction belongs to the old genre of fiction the who -done -it novels. There are only two plots in fiction, one a narrative plot and the other a symbolic plot. In a narrative plot the reader knows what is happening but the characters don’t. In a symbolic plot, the readers are kept in the dark and learn to identify the plot in the end

The narrative device which is popular in Philosophical Fiction is the streams of consciousness dialogue. Everyday incidents and trivialities are narrated with the style of epiphany. Here is an example: Oh Psyche—your wings are in celestial rhythm—how you dance, a soul come alive—you are a monument of beauty—you are a symphony come true—there now you perch on tree—what profound thoughts of beauty, you generate—you dance for the soul to delight—you offspring of poems—you music of prose—you are angel forming a pulchritude to the eyes—I am gazing at you— I am filled with joy and my passions running high.

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Colonized VS Decolonized English

Here I am speaking about the mind of Asians, especially South East Asians. They are prejudiced and in international schools only whites from the old English Speaking Countries are welcome to teach English. I am Indian and I feel pathetic when I read the advertisements: ‘Wanted Only Native Teachers from UK USA CANADA NEW ZEALAND to teach English.’ This puts me off. As an Indian I would like to say: that it is 50 years since India has been colonized and Indians speak English with a neutral accent. I am also educationally qualified with a Master of Philosophy in English Literature. I don’t understand why South East Asians are denying me a job because of my color and the fact that I am an Indian. India has produced many talented writers like Tagore the Nobel Laureate and Salman Rushdie and Arundathi Roy who have won the Booker prize for literature. Yes South East Asians are language chauvinists,

Freshly Baked Idioms

Watering the Garden
Watering the garden as an idiom means make use of given abilities to achieve success. I am watering the Garden.

Sunrise Industry
Sunrise industry means a whooping profit gathering industry. Reliance is a sunrise industry.

Bitter Tooth
Bitter tooth as an idiom means an unpleasant incident. Many a time I have experienced a bitter tooth.

The Cross
The Cross as an idiom means high optimism. I always wear the cross on my head.


Hill and Valley

Hill and Valley as an idiom means good and bad times in one’s life. Many a time I have gone through hills and valleys.

Rain Clouds
Rain Clouds as an idiom means good fortune coming one’s life. Yes rain clouds will occur in my life soon.

Picasso
Picasso as an idiom means having a stuck-up attitude. The student was Picasso.

Grasshopper
Grasshopper as an idiom means getting a large windfall. When will the grasshopper come into my life? When it comes I will welcome it.


Arabian Nights

Arabian Nights as an idiom means making love cozily. I have indulged in the Arabian Nights.

Drama of Life
Drama of Life signifies the death of a bad patch in one’s life and the beginning of prosperity, fortune and success. Yes, the drama of life is occurring to me.

Garden of Eden
Garden of Eden means living a happy and contented life. I hope to live a life in the Garden of Eden.


Knife

Knife as an idiom means strong criticism. The boss used a knife to speak to me.


Sea and Waves

Sea and Waves as an idiom means great happiness. My life is journey of sea and waves.


Locomotive

Locomotive as an idiom means having a strong libido. The brawny man was a locomotive.


Tambourine Man

Tambourine Man as an idiom means a folk singer. Bob Dylan is a tambourine man.

Submarine
Submarine as an idiom means being pregnant. She is a submarine now.

Sunny Skies
Sunny Skies as an idiom means achieving great success. When will sunny skies come to me?

Police Dog
Police Dog as an idiom means solving a crime. Finally the police were able to have a police dog.

Begging Bowl
Begging Bowl as an idiom means having a precarious financial condition. I don’t wish to a have a begging bowl.

Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean as an idiom means being an intellectual. The French Philosopher Jacques Derrida was a pacific ocean.

Cornucopia
Cornucopia as an idiom is having abundance in the wallet. I wish my wallet to be a cornucopia.

Fairy
Fairy as an idiom means living in a fantasy world. Sometimes I am like a fairy.

Angel
Angel as an idiom means a miracle granted from God. God Jehovah Jesus will bequeath an angel for me.

Pen
Pen as an idiom means a struggling writer. I am a pen now.

The Unfinished Pyramid And the All seeing eye
The Unfinished Pyramid and the All Seeing Eye stands for the symbolism of conspiracy. I am great fan of the Unfinished Pyramid and the All Seeing Eye.