The good story

Truth, fiction and psychotherapy

About the author JM Coetzee & Arabella Kurtz

JM Coetzee was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2003. His books include Disgrace and The Childhood of Jesus.

Arabella Kurtz is a senior clinical tutor and an honorary senior lecturer in clinical psychology at Leicester University.

 

From the front page

Religious unfreedom

Discrimination is in the eye of the beholder

Image of ‘I Didn’t Talk’ by Beatriz Bracher

Shaping the senseless with stories: Beatriz Bracher’s ‘I Didn’t Talk’

An unreliable narrator reckons with the lasting impact of Brazil’s military regime

Image of a bushfire

Fair judgement without surrender: Chloe Hooper’s ‘The Arsonist’

The author of ‘The Tall Man’ tries to understand the motivations of a Black Saturday firebug

Image from ‘La Passion de Simone’

Performing philosophy: ‘La Passion de Simone’ at the Sydney Festival

The creatives behind this Sydney Chamber Opera production on the extreme empathy of Simone Weil


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