The Conclusion restates a number of key objections made to prevailing trauma theory throughout this study. In particular, the contention that traumatic memory is unrecoverable and/or unrepresentable is again challenged, as are key elements in the dominant and approved aesthetic for depicting trauma. Finally, the Conclusion looks forward to a broader and less prescriptive mode of trauma representation and attendant criticism.
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