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ABREU, Scheherazade Paes de. Narrative and own story, told in analysis. Reverso [online]. 2020, vol.42, n.79, pp. 45-51. ISSN 0102-7395.

This article brings about on about the unstable boundaries between psychoanalysis and history. Everyone has some question about the value of life, sexuality and death. This is a relevant point, because what is possible to obtain as an answer is the narrative of a history. The history emerges in clinical care: everyone has some kind of everyday story to tell. It is inevitable to tell, but it also reveals what is unspeakable. The conception of history that is researched in this article is capable of supporting the mistake; history becomes something that includes the meaningless, the nameless, the impossible and the possibility of death. History also embraces the unspeakable. It is an emergency of the new and interrupts time. What would be a conception of history capable of including psychoanalysis? Up to which extent is it necessary to approach truth, the unconscious Real and history, and through these borders is possible reflection possible? Finally, an impasse: history - separated and intimate from psychoanalysis.

Keywords : History; Narrative; Real; Repression; Hystoriser.

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