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Lecture 14

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English
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ENG365H1
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C.Loughran

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Only Revolutions  Exact centre – converging time/space, relationship -> Hailey and Sam having sex?  Situated between reader and text… interpretation and words on page  Subjectivity of reader  Open system  Postmodernism  Virtuality Visit from the Goon Squad  Pause makes you think song will end, song really isn’t over, so relieved. But then song does end, and that time the end is for real…  Sasha to Drew, Lincoln’s obsession with pauses  Repeated references to music industry and music -> passage of time  Nostalgia, music taking back to time and place where first heard song  Music industry constantly changing, music makes us feel old…  Preserves time and reminds of passage of time  Moment of recognition, relief… when think song will end, relief in end of song but also sad… miraculously song begins again  Possibility of comeback… Scotty, Bosco  Passing of time terrifies people, carries from A to B… cherished moment to not cherished  Passage of time could help people recovering… possibility of C  It is in ourselves that we should find those fixed places… (memories, home)  Contemporaneous with different years (be part of us, exist and carry on with us)  We’re different and we remember… what that memory represented changes with us  Nonlinear narrative, recognition of time passing  Earliest story – Safari – 1974  But other chapters (8, 12, 13) in far future, 2020s  Bennie Salazar and punk era of 1970s, death of Lou and Scotty’s fate in X’s and O’s ruptures nostalgic vision  Gold Cure – Bennie wistfully looking back  Charlie and memory of dancing with Rolph… looking back fore
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