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On Death and Dying - Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
On Death and Dying
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An audio presentation of the world-famous bestseller in which Kubler-Ross examines attitudes and factors that contribute to society's anxiety about death. 2 cassettes.
An audio presentation of the world-famous bestseller in which Kubler-Ross examines attitudes and factors that contribute to society's anxiety about death. 2 cassettes.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780684839387 (0684839385)
ASIN: 684839385
Publisher: Scribner
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
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travelin
travelin rated it
0.0 On Death and Dying
Assigned at university, noncompelling, grim, not sure I finished it, short as it was. It felt very much as if even my death would be administered and staged by a tedious bureaucrat. In bringing up this book, I see that the author was also an early pioneer in the hospice movement. You only have to go...
Her Fine Eyes
Her Fine Eyes rated it
0.0 On Death and Dying
One-sentence summary: A quick, slightly dated book aimed primarily at hospital staff, clergy, and social workers who care for terminally-ill patients and their families, on how to approach the subject and emotional impact of death. This was written in 1969, when apparently patients with terminal m...
Ceridwen
Ceridwen rated it
Of course, I decided to read this book because I was in the process of losing someone close to me. It's generally considered the starting point for any exploration of the psychology of dying, and it's where the five stages of grief concept originated. Strangely dated (it was written during the Vietn...
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