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Homi Bhabha is a writer, scholar and literary critic. He speaks of the twilight moment as an in-between moment of ambivalence. The ambivalence of what happened in Los Angeles is what people are trying to understand. According to Bhabha, when we look at the disturbances in twilight we see that the sharp outlines visible in daylight, which make it easy for use to put things in order, disappear. We see the intersection of events with others that are obscured by daylight. He believes that more interpretations of events must take place in twilight. Twilight challenges us to be aware of how we project ourselves into a situation and how we are part of an event. We have to react to an event in twilight in a more interpretive and creative way.

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