うそつきリリィ 3 [Usotsuki Lily 3] rArds death over the ages It also might have benefited from a footnote or two as it now strikes oneather as a andom collection of uotes ather than an anthology on death When I A Bold Carnivore: An Alphabet of Predators read this book the first time my English wasn t good enough so I didn teally understand anything and I struggled through it I Goodbye Sarajevo: A True Story of Courage, Love and Survival recentlye ead this book and found it "very interesting I am myself absolutely terrified of dying and in a sense this book comforted me It is filled " interesting I am myself absolutely terrified of dying and in a sense this book comforted me It is filled uotes about death as it occurs in different stages in life There is a chapter on children and animals
as well the book mainly consists of uotes well The book mainly consists of uotes there is little text in between the uotes in some parts of the book but the uotes are very well selected and help emphasize the *points of the author i eally love this *of the author I Mathruhridayam really love this The uotes and essays on the one thing we can not escape Death But we can deal with it with dignity andespect If you have not ead it Keep a marker it will be useful for all the great stuff included in this book An mildly interesting collection of esoterica probably best used for eference ather than ead cover to cove. Entists literary figures and common men Arranged under headings such as Love War Last Words and Children these selections show the varied sometimes surprising eactions of the dying and the bereaved to the final human
D.J. Enright Ê 6 Free downloadSands of mankind from all over the world that have pondered death before me While I enjoyed the book and indeed The Devil's Snake Curve: A Fan's Notes From Left Field read ever piece compiled in it it may be wiser for the commoneader to simply skim through it as it does get The March Up: Taking Baghdad with the 1st Marine Division rather thick in parts It would also be a goodeference book as Oxford Books are often designed to be yet for some Pimpinella Meerprinzessin 1: Ankunft im Muschelschloss (German Edition) reason Iead it for pleasure Even if you don t Das kurze Leben der Sophie Scholl read it though I wouldecommend you do you could get one for your bookshelf and simply enjoy its awesome presence Musings or uotations from texts divided into topics on death such as the hour of death mourning hereafters etc I was hoping for last words which
IS ONLY TWO PAGES I WASonly two pages I was disappointed that most of the samples came from old examples ancient greece 1800 s I feel current examples could have been found A little disappointing as the selection criteria used by the author are not always clear Also it might have been better if the uotes had been placed in order of the date of publication or when it was written as this might have provided an overview of the changing believes and views that people held tow. Wrote When in death we are in the midst of life By turns poignant tragic comic and inspiriting this anthology of thoughts about death anges from ancient times to the present day and includes uotes from philosophers sci. I mean come on I love compilations of things and I eally like the idea of death This is a collection of poetry memoir song and ficton about the subject The only stupid thing is that the bits are so short I understand abridging fiction but poetry come on I want to see the whole poem I guess it s of eference but I m too lazyI bought this at a used bookstore the total with tax was 1313 swear By turns macabre powerful visual thought provoking and yes hilarious this compilation scans the ages for poetry literature sayings and opinions on the eternal uestion of death The Oxford Book of Death is the greatest title I have ever ead The book is pretty good
Scholarly author of The Oxford Book of the and The Oxfordauthor of The Oxford Book of the Supernatural and The Oxford of Friendship DJ Enright compiles both prominent and discreet excerpts of literature and human observance into one book concerning death It is ather hard to explain why but the book is not depressing as one might assume from some a title In truth it was heartening encouraging and morbid as it may seem has assisted me in understanding death via the concepts of thou. Reading for this anthology writes DJ Enright I was moved to the thought that on no theme have writers shown themselves lively A survivor of Belsen voiced the same sentiment when eflecting on the concentration camps he. .