Hystopia: A Novel - Chapter 26 - Author’s Note Summary & Analysis

David Means
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In the months that followed the riots, rumors circulated that there was a way to rid yourself of the desire to learn about your enfolded trauma if you met up with one or two folks who had lived through it with you. Improbable stories of war buddies reunited under chance circumstances became popular. In one of them, a recently enfolded Corps agent had met up with a guy from his unit while pursuing a wayward veteran. The two had exchanged the bits of memories they gained from dunking in a lake until they had a rough idea of what had caused their trauma. In one version, they and their girlfriends had headed to Canada afterward, regularly toasting the names of their dead friends.

The novel is followed up by another fictional author’s note written by Eugene Allen. Allen begins...

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