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Death & Dying

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  • Dying and Creatingby Rosemary Gordon

    Karnac Books 1999; US$ 39.95

    Dying and creating or, could we put it the other way round, creating and dying? Rosemary Gordon has chosen the first, the challenging title and the one that stimulates the reader to find out how they inter-relate. There are essential links between the facts and the concepts. C. G. Jung devoted much attention to the psychology of death, re-birth... more...

  • The Afterlife Surveyby Maureen Milliken

    F+W Media 2011; US$ 18.95

    Is there life after death? It depends on who you ask...It happens to all of us, yet...what happens when we die? Are we reincarnated? Do we go to heaven? Is death the end of everything? Or do our souls pass on to another life? Do we even have souls? These are the questions humans have wrestled with since the dawn of mankind. We've heard answers from... more...

  • Photography and Deathby Audrey Linkman

    Reaktion Books 2012; US$ 29.95

    The idea of photographing the dead is as old as photography itself. For the most part, early death photographs were commissioned or taken by relatives of the deceased and preserved in the home as part of the family collection. Once thought inappropriate and macabre, today these photographs are considered to have a beneficial role in bereavement... more...

  • Final Actsby Nan Bauer-Maglin; Donna Perry; June Bingham; Nancy Barnes; Susan Perlstein; Sara Evans; Carol Oyster; Jean Levitan; Mimi Schwartz; Alan Pope; Mary Jumbelic; Stephen Kiernan; Kathryn Temple; Candace Gauthier; Cherylynn MacGregor; Kathryn Tucker; Philip Nitschke; Fiona Stewart; Margaret Cruikshank; Ira Byock; Marge Piercy; Natalie Hannon; Ruthan Robson

    Rutgers University Press 2009; US$ 23.95

    For those who yearn for some measure of control over death Final Acts , offers insight and hope. Writing in a style free of technical jargon, the contributors discuss documents that should be prepared (health proxy, do-not-resuscitate order, living will, power of attorney); decision-making (over medical interventions, life support, hospice and... more...

  • After Danielby Moira Farr

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; US$ 13.99

    Moira Farr discovered Daniel Jones? body on Valentine?s Day, 1994. Struggling with deep depression, he had killed himself using a method clearly outlined in the bestselling book, Final Exit . Six years later, in an account both deeply personal and thoughtfully political, Farr reflects on Daniel?s suicide and its consequences. After Daniel is not... more...

  • How Ethical Systems Change: Abortion and Neonatal Careby Sheldon Ekland-Olson; Elyshia Aseltine

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 11.95

    Roe v. Wade came like a bolt from the blue, but support had been building for years. For many, the idea that life in the womb was not fully protected under the Constitution was simply not acceptable. Political campaigns were organized and protests launched, including the bombing of clinics and the killing of abortion providers. Questions about the... more...

  • I'll See You Againby Jackie Hance; Janice Kaplan

    Gallery Books 2013; US$ 16.00

    In a powerful and intimate memoir, Jackie Hance shares her story of unbearable loss, darkest despair, and?slowly, painfully, and miraculously?her cautious return to hope and love. Until the horrific car accident on New York State?s Taconic Parkway that took the lives of her three beloved young daughters, Jackie Hance was an ordinary Long Island... more...

  • Things I've Learned from Dyingby David R. Dow

    Grand Central Publishing 2014; US$ 12.99

    "Every life is different, but every death is the same. We live with others. We die alone." In his riveting, artfully written memoir The Autobiography of an Execution , David Dow enraptured readers with a searing and frank exploration of his work defending inmates on death row. But when Dow's father-in-law receives his own death sentence... more...

  • The Caregiversby Nell Lake

    Scribner 2014; US$ 26.00

    A moving, intimate, and compassionate book that chronicles the experiences of a group of long-term caregivers and illuminates critical issues of old age, end-of-life care, medical reform, and social policy In 2010, journalist Nell Lake began sitting in on the weekly meetings of a local hospital?s caregivers support group. Soon members invited her... more...

  • After A Funeralby Diana Athill

    Granta Publications 2012; US$ 11.99

    This is the story of how and why a talented writer came to kill himself. When Diana Athill met the man she calls Didi, an Egyptian in exile, she fell in love instantly and out of love just as fast. Didi moved into her flat, they shared housework and holidays, and a life of easy intimacy seemed to beckon. But Didi's sweetness and intelligence soon... more...