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Cultural Studies

Forever and a day

Martin Amis's Sept. 11

By James Parker
May 7, 2006

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IT SEEMS ODD that artistic treatments of the events of 9/11--the latest two of which are Paul Greengrass's film "United 93" and Martin Amis's short story "The Last Days Of Muhammad Atta," published in the April 24 issue of The New Yorker--should be judged according to the slender canons of good taste. In our lifetimes there may never be another ... (Full article: 820 words)

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