THE GOOD STORY: Exchanges on Truth, Fiction and Psychotherapy
Discusses both individual psychology and the psychology of the group--the school classroom, gangs and the settler nations, in which the brutal deeds of ancestors are accommodated into a national story. Coetzee and Kurtz explore the human capacity for self-examination, our wish to tell our own life stories, and the resistances we encounter along the way.
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