Philosophical Fiction: A Subgenre You Need To Know About (My Top 9 + 1)

For me it started with the novel Demian by Herman Hesse. I was meant to read it for an English class; however, I’m fairly certain that I skimmed the book then faked my way through the test (sorry Miss Kolsrud). But, as instructed, I had bought my own copy and thankfully held onto it. It was several years later, after the prison camp of forced learning called high school was over, that I returned to Demian. With its spooky, Freudian cover art, I intuitively knew there was something important waiting for me within its pages. I was traveling in the … Continue reading Philosophical Fiction: A Subgenre You Need To Know About (My Top 9 + 1)