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Freeman, M.P. (2012). The Narrative Unconscious. Contemp. Psychoanal., 48(3):344-366.
  

(2012). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 48(3):344-366

The Narrative Unconscious

Mark P. Freeman, Ph.D.

The narrative unconscious may be said to comprise those culturally rooted aspects of one's history that have yet to become an explicit part of one's story. Thus, discerning the workings of the narrative unconscious entails moving beyond the particulars of personal life into the shared life of culture.

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