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It turns on some alarm bells with me

Shelley F. Knight Jon Hunt: Good grief

SORROW: With the book Good Grief, Shelley F. Knight has sympathetically set out to write a work that will help her reader understand and process grief.

An excommunication of the dead and death?

DEATH: Via the philosopher Jean Baudrillard, can we, with today's pandemic, expose the symbolic meaning of death, the one that is otherwise difficult to spot?

Everyday life with the dead

Miguel Eek: City of the Dead

DEATH: The work of puzzling about the dead in the cemetery is mostly about dealing with the living

To talk about death

Birgitta Haga Gripsrud, Lisbeth Thoresen: Everything that lives must die. Death as an interdisciplinary field of knowledge

DEATH: The way we die means a lot on the last page of life. This anthology gives a good impression of how we talk about death in today's society.