Ground Zero Illustrative Language

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The reading is covered by the author’s senses that makes I feel like a junction to what was happening. There is a difference in Ground Zero between television images and experiences in real. The Ground Zero just showed a devastation: the whole-collapsed buildings, the rushing police, the running officers, and the plume of black smoke. Those images made viewers frightened and obsessed although they just showed the disaster area partly. In Ground Zero, readers can feel as Berne did by imagery and illustrative language. Her sharing experiences makes them have a visualization what happened on that day. Different from seeing Ground Zero on television, those observing directly not only deeply feel the miserable tragedy but also can image the pain
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