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Rewriting the Past: Gerard Mannix Flynn's Nothing to Say and James X

Victoria Connor


In this article, Victoria O'Connor examines how Gerard Mannix Flynn, who is a survivor of trauma, is able to "translate the experience of trauma into language. Flynn does this in both Nothing to Say and James X, in which trauma is recalled but in doing so, the victim gains some agency over their own narrative.

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