All of Us: Americans Talk about the Meaning of Death

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Patricia June Anderson
Delacorte Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 364 pages
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Patricia Anderson has hosted radio interview shows, written and producedprogramming for National Public Radio and PBS, and worked in television news.She has contributed to numerous magazines and periodicals, and is the author of "Affairs in Order: A Complete Resource Guide to Death and Dying." Shelives and works in upstate New York.

" "All of Us" opens a window on one of our last taboos, how we" feel" about dying. Patricia Anderson penetrates the veil created by ourculture's denial of death, and offers us penetrating insights into the manyways people's hearts and spirit meet life's last challenge."

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One thing we can count on in life is death, and to deny it is to deny ourselves. In this work, Anderson (When Passion Reigned: Sex and the Victorians, LJ 7/95) gives voice to the experiences, feelings ... Read full review

Contents

A NOTE TO READERS
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WES NISKER
15
REBECCA WALKER
30
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Patricia Anderson has hosted radio interview shows, written and produced programming for National Public Radio and PBS, and worked in television news. She has contributed to numerous magazines and periodicals, and is the author of Affairs in Order: A Complete Resource Guide to Death and Dying. She lives and works in upstate New York.

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