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Read Only Memories by Sean Cubitt, in Language and the Subject, edited by Karl Simms, published by Rodopi, 1997. p.207 The sigh of satisfaction that accompanies the conclusion of a novel is also a sigh of nostalgia. For the subjectivity created in the pursuit of closure.is itself premised on a parallel experience of loss. p.208 […]