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

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Zinn Communications, 1994 - Self-Help - 163 pages
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"This manual on death education is a 'must' for any involved in hospice care or work with the terminally ill. It covers everything from living with terminally ill individuals to the right to die, memorial societies, and death ceremonies. Its focus on the emotional and economic costs of death is unparalleled".--"Midwest Book Review".

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Contents

LIVING WITH DYING
9
BEREAVEMENT
21
THE RIGHT TO DIE
33
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

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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