According to author charles b strozier in his book until the fires stopped burning people in or near the towers close enough to encounter death were survivors in zone 1 people who were not close enough to encounter death but were close enough to see the disaster unfold eg the burning buildings from a few blocks away were . In until the fires stopped burning strozier examines the human perspective of the events of 9 11 exploring the myriad varied personal responses of new yorkers and those watching the events unfold on television. The paperback of the until the fires stopped burning 9 11 and new york city in the words and experiences of survivors and witnesses by charles strozier unnatural death and the psychological endurance of trauma charles b strozier interprets and contextualizes the memories of witnesses comparing their encounter with 9 11 to the . Until the fires stopped burning 9 11 and new york city in the words and experiences of survivors and witnesses charles b strozier columbia university press sep 6 2011 biography autobiography 304 pages. Charles b strozier has given us a whole complex view of 9 11 in a way no other book has in until the fires stopped burning strozier blends historical clinical cultural and personal perspectives in order to conceptualize how and why 9 11 changed american history
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