Dealing Creatively with Death: A Manual of Death Education and Simple Burial

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Upper Access, Incorporated, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
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More than 310,000 copies of this book (in its 14 editions) have sold so far. It is a small encyclopedia of death-related problems: social, emotional, philosophical, and practical. It is written simply and sensitively, drawing substantially on direct experience. The earliest editions were typeset by Ernest's printing students as a fundraising project for their school. Sales exceeded expectations, and Ernest expanded and improved it through 14 editions, culminating in the current book, one of the best-sellers from Upper Access.

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An educator and prominent advocate of simple and dignified funeral arrangements, Ernest Morgan passed away at age 95 just after this edition of his well-known book went to the printer. He had spent the last year of his life bringing it completely up to date.

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