Five Years Later


Thursday, September 07, 2006

On the fifth anniversary of September 11th, Kurt Andersen looks at the range of creative responses to the attacks. Voices include: the poet Marie Ponsot, the novelist Jonathan Safran Foer (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close), the novelist John Updike (Terrorist), Lori Guadagno (sister of United 93 passenger Richard Guadagno), and the photographer Joel Meyerowitz (Aftermath: World Trade Center Archive).


Joel Meyerowitz, Marie Ponsot, Jonathan Safran Foer and John Updike

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