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The coda rehearses connections between the impossible situation and the remediated possibility. By way of an analysis of Luchino Visconti’s impossible melodramas, it reformulates the relation of the possible and the impossible. It also suggests other linkages between the figures studied in the book and ends with a glance at Terence Davies’s The Long Day Closes as a perfect instance of the argument of the book.

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