More frivolously, and fictionally
, what if Victor Meldrew had never married?
The novel that results from all this--the novel as a process of composition, whose story is told in The Novel in a sort of endlessly spiraling circular structure that El Saadawi has explored before--is apparently as explosive fictionally
as El Saadawi's early Memoirs of a Woman Doctor was in real life.
The claim that photographs are fictionally
incompetent (that is, that they can only depict those particulars they are appropriately causally related to) is argued by Noel Carroll, Gregory Currie, and Nigel Warburton to be falsified by cinematic works of fiction.
10 backing the campaign to free Coronation Street's Deirdre Barlow after she got fictionally
But a historically plausible argument is preferred to a fictionally
Ice IX, made fictionally
famous by Vonnegut in Cat's Cradle, also exists only under high pressure.
The Film Crew was fictionally
tasked with providing commentary tracks for obscure movies by a mysterious millionaire known as Bob Honcho.
For example, hoping the students will come to understand gender as performative, Alexander has his students imagine and write fictionally
about an alternate sexual identity.
The War Operation Plan Response (WOPR) AI depicted in the 1983 film, WarGames, was fictionally
set to the task of generating contingency conditions for the problem of global thermonuclear war.
Creatively written following the story of a caveman called Og, fictionally
credited with inventing the wheel, "Awake at the Wheel" will resonate with modern man's quest to think of something new.
Then again, by the time commercial cinemas disappear, we should be able to science fictionally
conjure our own holographic audience with which to dance the Time Warp and talk dirty to the screen in meaningful ways.
Considered by many as the Balzac of the streets of Quebec, Yves Beauchemin has fictionally
documented the social landscape of la belle province for 32 years, primarily focusing on Montreal (L'Enfirouape , Juliette Pomerleau , Le Second violon , Les Emois d'un marchand de cafe , Charles le Temeraire [vol.
Q: Having been locked in an enclosed space, albeit fictionally
, we wonder if you have a special perspective on the Paris Hilton situation.
In Act 1 of The Adventures, for example, we move fictionally
from Henrique's chambers to the servants' quarters, but there is no indication that the scenery should change, the passage is simply preceded and followed by directions to clear the stage.
A line must be drawn at some point, otherwise the result is just a conglomerate of stock characters trying to fictionally
document a time in history while that very time rapidly unfolds.