Adult Nonfiction HV6432.7 .B818 2002
Summary: In the weeks immediately following September 11, Kevin Bubriski made four pilgrimages to the World Trade Center site to witness, record and come to terms with the impact of the tragedy. At the barricades surrounding the site, Bubriski found people experiencing a remarkable sense of community, but also the deepest kind of personal reflection on loss and mortality. In moments of quiet reflection, staring off at the cascading, awful ruins of twisted steel and the swirl of acid smoke, the reality of the devastation set in. Illustrated with 75 duotone photos.
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