Towers Falling - Chapter 28: The End Summary & Analysis

Jewell Parker Rhodes
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Chapter 28: The End is an essay written by Deja. It is titled "What Doesn't Ever Change." She starts by writing about all the different ways her family has changed. Pop has changed since a new doctor started giving him the right medicine. At night, he and Deja walk to the river and talk. Leda has stopped using her pacifier and pull-ups. Ray has started school. Ma is happier, and the family is moving to an apartment that will be better than Avalon.

Deja also writes that relationships and connections with family, friends, and other groups are important. She says she is glad to know about 9/11 because it helps show her that America's values never change, even though sometimes other things in America (like the Manhattan skyline) do change. The American values that helped people survived 9/11 are part of her future, she writes...

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