Emotion, Identity, and Death: Mortality Across Disciplines
Douglas James Davies, Chang-Won Park
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - Social Science - 231 pages
Death affects all aspects of life, it touches our emotions and influences our identity as this book shows. What people do with their cremated remains is brought together here with themes of grief in the ties that bind the living and the dead.
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