The hour of our death

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Knopf, Feb 12, 1981 - Family & Relationships - 651 pages
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A panoramic exploration of Western man's changing attitudes about death over the last one thousand years enumerates five stages of the evolution of our thought concerning death and explains their significance for contemporary man

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User Review  - Justina Kančauskytė - Goodreads

It is one of the most difficult books which I have read in the last period. It was quite difficult English as for not native speaker. Nevertheless, this book gave interesting insights how thoughts ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sharon Blackstone - Goodreads

This is not a book that I just read straight through. It is possibly my most prized book ever, and I return to it often, and have been kicking myself that I didn't bring it with me, and it is sitting ... Read full review


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