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September

Dear all, I have chosen to talk about the short story September because I found it outstandingly good and creative. The idea of temporal foothold that brings us from an extremely violent moment of the 9/11 to a kind of Woody Allen New York love story (It just made me think about Annie Hall) was […]

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Rainy Days, Bad Pasta, and 9/11

Ana Kovatcheva writes a short story that is about 9/11 by not being about 9/11 at all. Instead it’s a story of what should have been, what could have been if not for the sudden collision between building and plane. September is the love story between Joshua, an insurance worker, and Isabelle. The story travels […]

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September

This story didn’t seem to be about 9/11 to me. It used 9/11 as a medium through which to make a point about the structure of reality –┬áspecifically time. The story doesn’t investigate the repercussions of the nonexistence of a relationship, but rather the existence of an infinity in every instant of time; like a […]

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