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SEPTEMBER 11th, 2001. During the first 24 hours after the incident, ten swingers who do not know each other decide join in all sort of salacious coupling which are rendered meaningless in downtown Manhattan located in the newly formed United Dictatorship of America (UDA). Loosely adapted from Arthur Schnitzler's lively play "Reigen," Wang's controversial debut novel "terrordome" becomes a dystopic black comedy set against the background of smoky rubble of the World Trade Center buildings imploding gradually during that forboding morning. In an uncharacteristically deft style, this deeply moving tragedy probes the philosophy of deconstruction, the dehumanization of a sex-obsessed culture, the mythologies surrounding 9/11, and the rewriting of the real story behind the twin towers by deviant politicans who use the firecracker of mass death for their own agendas to control public opinion about jingoism and fascism.
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September 28, 2011
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