September

Author: Rosamunde Pilcher
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 1466824956
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From the author of the classic multimillion-copy bestseller The Shell Seeker, it is a book you will fall in love with... A main selection of the Literary Guild and the Doubleday Book Club

Media Representations Of September 11

Author: Steven M. Chermak
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275980443
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Steven M. Chermak, Frankie Y. Bailey, Michelle Brown. The terrorist attacks of
September 1 1 were responsible for more cultural productions than any other
single event since World War II. They inspired countless books, poems, plays,
paintings, sculptures, dances, documentary films, television specials, and
memorializations, both real and virtual. Yet none of these creations would
approximate the role that music assumed as America struggled to recover in the
wake of September 1 1 .

History And September 11th

Author: Joanne Jay Meyerowitz
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 9781592132034
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The September 11, 2OO1, Oral History Narrative and Memory Project A First
Report Mary Marshall Clark Within days of the September 1 1 attacks, Columbia
University's Oral History Research Office and its Institute for Social and Economic
Policy jointly inaugurated the September 1 1, 2001, Oral History Narrative and
Memory Project. Over the next several months the project staff interviewed almost
four hundred people, some of whom will be interviewed three times over the
course of ...

September

Author: Becky S. Andrews
Publisher: Mailbox Books, The
ISBN: 9781562341275
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September 11 Terrorist Attacks And U S Foreign Policy

Author: Demetrios Caraley
Publisher: Academy of Political Science
ISBN: 9781884853012
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ROBERT JERVIS I do not think any of us has a definitive understanding of the
causes and consequences of the terrorist attacks of September 11: I know that I
do not. These events are so recent that we lack information as well as time for
thought and discussion. Emotions also remain raw, and we have little general
knowledge to draw on because our grasp of terrorism is even less secure than it
is of other important social phenomena such as poverty, ethnic conflict, and wars.
Terrorism ...

September Shoes

Author: José Cruz González
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
ISBN: 9781583423516
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Thaddeus and 'Tila (A Crane and Frog Tale), Waking Up in Lost Hills (a central
California Rip Van Winkle), Lily Plants A Garden, The Red Forest, September
Shoes, Always Running, Two Donuts, Salt & Pepper, The Highest Heaven,
Cousin Bell Bottoms, La Posada, Calabasas Street, Harvest Moon and Mariachi
Quixote. Gonzalez was a recipient of a 2004 TCG/Pew National Theatre
Residency grant. He has written for PAZ, the Emmy award-nominated television
series produced by ...

September 11 In History

Author: Mary L. Dudziak
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822384930
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Twelve months after the terrorist attacks, the nation remembered September 11,
2001. One year exactly after the first plane exploded into the World Trade Center,
a moment of silence was observed in New York City. Across the nation, at the
very same time, vigils were held, some in the dark ofthe earlymorning. Around the
world,manystoppedto remember. At St. Paul's Cathedral in London, Prime
Minister Tony Blair joined cabinet ministers, Prince Charles,andothers in a
moment of ...

September 11 2001

Author: Grahame Warby
Publisher: Llumina Press
ISBN: 9781595262608
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This study has established the vital need for an open, transparent and fully
comprehensive investigation into the events surrounding and pertaining to
September 11, 2001. It has become quite clear by now that, contrary to the official
version of events, the September 1 1 attacks on the United States and
subsequent acts of Islamic terrorism since then constitutes a desperate reaction
to years of Western imperialistic 'terrorism', rather than a clash-of-civilisation-
styled provocation to war.

September 11 In Popular Culture

Author: Sara E. Quay
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313355053
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INTRODUCTION: TELEVISION AND SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 For many people,
the September 11 attacks took place on TV. People who were in the middle of
watching the network morning shows found the programs interrupted by reports
of a plane crashing into one of the Twin Towers. People driving to work, who
heard reports on the radio, arrived at their destination and gathered with others
around whatever television was available. As one woman remembers about that
morning, ...