Smoke Gets In Your Eyes And Other Lessons From The Crematory
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Author by : Caitlin Doughty Languange Used : en Release Date : 2014-09-15 Publisher by : W. W. Norton & Company ISBN : 9780393245950 File Size : 40,5 Mb Total Download : 857
"Morbid and illuminating" (Entertainment Weekly)—a young mortician goes behind the scenes of her curious profession. Armed with a degree in medieval history and a flair for the macabre, Caitlin Doughty took a job at a crematory and turned morbid curiosity into her life’s work. She cared for bodies of every color, shape, and affliction, and became an intrepid explorer in the world of the dead. In this best-selling memoir, brimming with gallows humor and vivid characters, she marvels at the gruesome history of undertaking and relates her unique coming-of-age story with bold curiosity and mor
Author by : Caitlin Doughty Languange Used : en Release Date : 2015-04-16 Publisher by : Canongate Books ISBN : 9781782111047 File Size : 40,6 Mb Total Download : 401
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER 'Unforgettable . . . a hilarious, poignant and impassioned plea to revolutionise our attitudes to death' Gavin Francis, Guardian From her first day at Westwind Cremation & Burial, twenty-three-year-old Caitlin Doughty threw herself into her curious new profession. Coming face-to-face with the very thing we go to great lengths to avoid thinking about she started to wonder about the lives of those she cremated and the mourning families they left behind, and found herself confounded by people's erratic reactions to death. Exploring our death rituals - and those of ot