In literary criticism, stream of unconsciousness is a narrative mode that portrays an individual’s point of view by transcribing the author’s unconscious dialogue or somniloquy during sleep, in connection to his or her actions within a dream.

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Stream of the Unconscious is the collection of stories and essays evocative of this writer’s proclivities to daydream. His body of work aims to reflect the contemporary society, culture, and traditions of the Filipino.




Twelve men were standing side by side in front of a wall. Their hands were cuffed; their eyes blind folded. It was way past midnight but surely dawn is not coming anytime soon. These men’s last memories were how they were seized at the comforts of their homes. Men in full battle gear crashed their …