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24 June, 11:23

It's lonely up here without my big twin brothers, the World Trade Center Towers.

-"Empire State Building,"

J. Patrick Lewis

Read these lines from the poem. Describe the historical event the poem is referring to. What connections can you make to this part of the poem?

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  1. 24 June, 11:49
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  2. 24 June, 13:03
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    J. Patrick Lewis is speaking about 9/11, a terrorist attack which destroyed the World Trade Center Towers, more commonly known as the Twin Towers, and killed many people with it. In this part of the poem, the Empire State Building is the 'narrator'. He's saying that he's lonely because his 'big twin brothers' have died.

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