For Gilles Deleuze, the soul has primitive force, and at the same time acts as the immaterial principle of life. Here life is a body without organs (CsO) as inorganic life. This CsO, enveloped by organic life, corresponds to primitive life. This paper is an exploration of this life as an aesthetic figure embodied in literary works, and from the perspective of this life, the characters appearing in the novels of Melville and Michelle Tournier are analyzed as aesthetic figures. However, the following work must be done for this first. In order to distinguish the layers where organic-inorganic life exists, we must first assume the extinction of our extensional world-universe, or our body. In this process, we must reach the big bang singularity as a completed determination rule in accordance with the differential law that emerges as a requirement of the process.
There is a point-line-surface layer originating from the singular point, and on the basis of the horizontal line of this time, it is divided into the amount of extension and quality of intention as the upper layer, and the level of intensity as the deep layer. The world-universe of the point-line-surface and upper layers comes from chaos that collides with the deep layer. From the point of view of psychoanalysis, the upper layer is depressive-obsessive, the surface is sexual perversive, and the deep layer forms the opposition between paranoia and schizophrenia. This paper analyzes perversive, paranoid-schizophrenic life in the surface and the deep layer found in Melville and Michel Tournier's novels, and to finish, we will draw a comprehensive conclusion about this life and its immanence.