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September 11 one year on Monday, 2 September, 2002, 09:49 GMT 10:49 UK
Video essays
BBC News Online presents a series of video essays on 11 September and the aftermath of the attacks. A cross section of authors and artists present their views on the events of that day and on the subsequent US-led war on terror.

You can watch the essay in video, read the full transcript, send us your thoughts and read the comments of other users.

American academic Noam Chomsky rose to prominence for opposing the Vietnam War and has criticised successive White House administrations.
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Damien Hirst
One of Britainís most acclaimed, and notorious artists - with his works exploring death stirring particular controversy.
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Salar Abdoh
Iranian-born author Salar Abdoh witnessed the 11 September attack on New York - an atrocity his spy novel The Poet Game eerily predicted.
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Antony Beevor
Historian Antony Beevor has written on some of the 20th century's most savage battles. His book on Stalingrad topped the best seller lists.
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Nawal El Saadawi
Egyptian feminist Nawal El Saadawi has enraged many Islamic fundamentalists with her views.
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