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With time, the arts have begun to grapple with the day, the aftermath, the new world

September 3, 2006

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The events of Sept. 11, 2001, have deeply affected American politics and society. What's less commonly recognized is how much they've affected American culture as well. The list of works directly inspired by 9/11 is long. They include, to give just some of the best-known examples, Bruce Springsteen's recording ``The Rising," Oliver Stone's film ``World Trade Center," Jonathan Safran Foer's ... (Full article: 150 words)

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