When Freud Showed the Unconscious to Saint Augustine

 

 

I wrote this blend of historical-fiction in a photo format, as part of WP Weekly Writing Challenge on Genre Blender.


Photo credits:

1. Lucile de Godoy; 2. Mirabelle Knowles; 3. Rayan Kamal; 4. Simon Webster; 5. Kasra Kyanzadeh; 6.Krug 6; 7. Max-Thinks-Sees ;8.Lucile de Godoy; 9. Alan Turkus; 10. Sandro Botticelli; 11. Max Halberstadt; 12.Wikipedia ;13.Vilanova University; 14. Lucile de Godoy; 15. Lucile de Godoy; 16. Steve and Shanon Lawson; 17. TZA; 18.Lucile de Godoy; 19. Oberazzi; 20. Lucile de Godoy; 21. Charlene Lobo Soriano; 22. Enrico ; 23. Lucile de Godoy; 24. Lucile de Godoy; 25. Chris; 26. Jose Eugenio Gomes Rodriguez; 27. Lucile de Godoy

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “When Freud Showed the Unconscious to Saint Augustine

  1. Nice blending of history and fiction. I like how you brought Freud and St. Augustine together and tied it in with yourself as a student worrying about an exam and dreaming. Images are very nice too.

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    1. Thanks, Deborah. I enjoyed the experience of blending genres and researched carefully for photos on Flickr, when I couldn’t find a good one from my files. It too some time but it was great.
      You grasped that I was the student..;-)and in truth, this dream really happened, and the exam was about the unconscious. I never forgot this.

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