New York September Eleven Two Thousand One

Edited by Giorgio Baravalle, Cari Modine

New York September Eleven Two Thousand One

  • ISBN-13: 9780970576828
  • Editor(s): Giorgio Baravalle, Cari Modine
  • Subject: Cultural studies
  • Publisher: Demo
  • Imprint: Demo
  • Publication Date: 01-11-2001
  • Format: p/b

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Through the moving words and images of people from all walks of life, New York September Eleven Two Thousand One bears witness to the horrific events of a single day that changed lives forever. It is a document, a collectin of words, images and feelings of people trying to put September 11th into context and perspective. Artists, officials, resque workers and professionals are portrayed trying to come to terms with events. While this book focuses on specific events, it also speaks of the international significance of the tragedy and of the humanity that has risen up behind it.
About the book

Through the moving words and images of people from all walks of life, New York September Eleven Two Thousand One bears witness to the horrific events of a single day that changed lives forever. It is a document, a collectin of words, images and feelings of people trying to put September 11th into context and perspective. Artists, officials, resque workers and professionals are portrayed trying to come to terms with events. While this book focuses on specific events, it also speaks of the international significance of the tragedy and of the humanity that has risen up behind it.