Towers Falling - Chapter 12: Stuck Inside my Head & Chapter 13: Bogeyman Dreams Summary & Analysis

Jewell Parker Rhodes
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On the way home, Deja and her siblings walk instead of taking the subway. All Deja can think about is the plane hitting the Tower and both Towers burning. Knowing that it happened in Manhattan, Deja reasons it could happen in Brooklyn any time, too. Deja thinks she should have let Dora and Ben walk them home and recalls that Dora scolded Ben for showing the video. She remembers what Ben whispered on her way out -- it was done by Muslim terrorists; that's what upsets Sabeen. Suddenly, the Towers relate to Deja.

Deja knows about terrorists because she knows the United States has been fighting Iraqi terrorists. Even those the Twin Towers fell in the past, their history is alive because of video., she thinks. Still, she tries to understand why it is important to her...

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