Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story - Part 4: Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Nora Raleigh Baskin
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In Chapter 24, Will remembers the events after the plane crashed in Shanksville. The town was flooded with friends and family members of the victims looking for closure. Since Will’s mother had been so instrumental in setting up a memorial to the victims, she was given tickets to attend the 9/11 memorial service.

Will’s mother had also been in charge of cataloging the mementos of grief sent to Shanksville or left there in honor of the victims. The work involved in keeping up with the items actually helped Will’s family to heal. It was as if those people were grieving with Will’s family. It is noted that the people aboard the plane had been real heroes. They had acted because they knew it was the right thing to do even though they did not know what the outcome of their actions...

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