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9/11 A Year After

9/11 A Year After
9/11 A Year After
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They called it the mother of all events. Outlook puts September 11 in a retrospective light, not in a ritual of remembering but because the catastrophe offers a prism, stark and painful, on our complex times. Refracted through it are personal trauma, the disbelief of the supremely insular New Yorker, a war in the Afghan badlands as seen via a scribe’s diary, a region tormented by its consequences, and Islam’s search for its soul in the backdrop of an ambivalent ‘war against terror’ that may only get more complicated in the coming year.

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