Notes Upon an Imaginary Book

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This a tale upon Notes upon an Imaginary Book

The book is a soul’s sojourn with the tryst of destiny. The book is a positive ray of hope. The book is a novelette of a dying opera. The book is destiny’s magic talisman. The book lives with the hope of future. The book is a phantasmal mirth of joy. The book is an elixir of prose. The book gambles with the vein of hope. The book is Prospero Prometheus seek new pastures of prosperity. The book is the veins charisma of morn’s dew. The book is raw musk of love’s passion. The book is a meditation of thought. The book is metaphor of thought. The book loves music. The book is a fiesta of joy. The book lives in Epicurean Nirvana. The book is the song of hope. The book loves twilight robes of the sun blazoned in reddish, pink, purple and orange hues. The book is a fiction of art. The book is a language of music. The book draws upon the nature and the mystery of life into a fictional caricature. The book is Karma, the paradox of making choices. The book contradicts Sartre’s and Camus philosophy that life is meaningless, purposeless and chaotic, monotonous and repetitive. The book builds the philosophy of existentialism on the foundation of love. For the book existentialism is the preciousness of life and the meaning of existence lies in the celebration of life. Life is a free gift of preciousness from God the creator. For the book the meaning of life is a cathartic process of affirmation and negation. The book’s philosophy of existentialism is preciousness and the given gift of God and the meaning of existence is celebration of life. Life unlike Camus Sisyphus is not prone to being a repetitive task of rolling a boulder uphill only to find that it has rolled down again. The book’s philosophy of existentialism lies in processual ontology. The creation of meaning is the celebration of life. The book is passionate to answer the meaning of literature. Yes, what is literature?  Literature is the creation of beautiful artifacts. True literature stems from the watching of nature. The teacher nature is a great artist. Yes, for the book the cry of a wandering bird, the caress of colours of twilight, the tumultuous rolling of waves, the garden of blossomed flowers, the walk with the nature all are innate experiences of aesthetics. Literature is also the poetry of bed and the pleasures of the bed are the fondest forms of music. The book believes in the positive affirmation of existentialism. The book has become fascinated with Derrida’s deconstruction and in it, deconstruction is the critical reading of literature as privilege and margins. From Derrida’s deconstruction, the book has coined the term Binary fusion from Derrida’s binary divide. Binary fusion is a text that does not marginalize of privilege anyone. For example, Jazz as a music as been given by the blacks to the world and it’s a privilege of gift of love given to the world by the blacks. So also, is rap and hip-hop. Christian philosophy of love, the gift given by the creator Christ is a synthesis of binary fusion. So also, is Ahimsa, the philosophy propounded by the saint Mahatma Gandhi. And Gandhi’s ahimsa is an example of binary fusion. So also, is Nelson Mandela’s struggle against apartheid. Binary Fusion in a text is a text that does not privilege nor marginalize anyone. The book is fascinated with Plato’ theory of forms also known as the Allegory of the cave. There is a dark cave and in it, men are groping for light and a shaft of light is emanating from the outside. What Plato meant was beyond the sensible world there is an ideal transcendental world. The book is addicted to the love of Christian Pacificism. Christ has been the greatest gift of mankind, a man who has not done any crime but sentenced for crucifixion and through which he paid the price of man’s sins and thereby giving the guarantee of eternal life. The book has placed love, hope and faith and trust, Christ the eternal. The book is a fictional self of existence coming into being. What is a fictional self, the book asks? The book is fascinated by Borgesian labyrinths, the streams of consciousness of James Joyce, the existentialism of Camus and Sartre. The book wonders at the origin of consciousness. The book is a cosmic jungle of words. What is the fictional self of the book? It is the many women that the book has loved, the many places that the book has visited, the clove cigarettes of Indonesia, the boose and the weed that the book has taken. The book is a lover of hope. The book is a passionate dream of poetry. The book is grateful to his father who has initiated him to the love of philosophy, art and music. The book is also grateful to his mother for having spawned the love of literature in him. The book is a narratology of hope. The book is grateful to the philosopher Foucault for the archaeology of knowledge. The book writes fiction in the manner of Picasso churning out his cubes. The book is a rendition of Picasso abstracts. The book is also a surreal manifesto akin the Dali’s persistence of memory. The book feels excited at the streams of consciousness of James Joyce. The literature of the book is one of poetic epiphany. The book is an epic of prose. The book is a carnival of rhythms of prose. The book renders poetic justice to words. The book is a consciousness of a carnival.  The book seeks to merge the fictional self with the real self. The book is a dialogic interaction of many texts. The book seeks to weave yarn with the magic realism of prose. The book seeks a better world to live in. The book is a texture of phantasmal mirth. The book is fascinated with the wisdom of king Solomon. The book seeks the bright world of hope. The book is a mystery to fathom. The book is a dialogic interaction of many texts. The book loves the Philosophy of Roland Barthes and in it the studium and the punctum. The studium is the cultural, linguistic and political interpretation of the photography whereas the punctum is the literal meaning of the photograph. Let’s take an example of Mahatma Gandhi’s Dandi March. The punctum meaning of the Gandhian March is a man adorned in loin clothes marching to the sea. The studium meaning is that the march was political and it was an attempt to make salt out of the sea in protest against the harsh salt taxes and laws made by the ferocious British colonialists?. The book is the bed of the poetry of the passion. The book loves to ecstasy in the poetic orifices with love. The book is the singing of psalms. The book is fascinated with Hegel’s thesis, antithesis and synthesis. The book would like to cite an example of it. Post World War 1 Germany was humiliated with the treaty of Versailles and that’s thesis and then this resulted in the rise of Hitler and that’s antithesis and this led to the second World War which becomes the synthesis.  The book is a labyrinthian meander. The book is pellucid and mellifluous prose.  The book lies submerged under many texts. The book stems from being to a becoming. The book has been made in the image of God. The book loves patience and kindness. The book is the earth of humility. The book is an oasis of passion. The book is a totem of inscriptions. The book is an enigma to solve. The book seeks interpretations of meaning. The book is the song of the bird. The book is a full moon bloom. The book is an ecstasy of a blossomed flower. The book is sentience gratified. The book is sapiential metaphor. The book is a store-house of emotion.  The book is passion exemplified. The book is fascinated with the philosopher Julia Kristeva’s semiotic and the symbolic texts.  For Kristeva, the semiotic text is a one that lacks grammar and punctuation and it is a text of streams of consciousness narratives, dance and music. The symbolic text is the one in which traditional rules of grammar and punctuation apply. For example, medicinal and legal texts are symbolic texts?. Some texts are a merger of semiotic and symbolic elements. The book is a poetry of music. The book is an ocean of hope. The book lives with the life of meaning. The book is a meander of prose. The book is a tissue of quotations. The book is seasonal and cyclical. The book is words of music. The book is a musk of elevation. The book synchronises the rhythms of nature. The book is an erotica of poetry. The book feels guilty of having done adultery. The book is ashamed and guilt ridden. Adultery for the book was a marvel of songs. The book seeks forgiveness from sins. The book is a voyage of Sinbad the sailor. The book questions Freud with the circumcision complex. Circumcision complex is the coming to maturity. The book asks the question to Freud about how a person can desire the father or the mother. The book is a corpse of circumlocution. The book is fantasy edified. The book is a seed that has scattered semen in many orifices.


Submitted: September 30, 2021

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