Jean Knight Pace
Publisher: Services LLC
Pages: 44

Everyone’s mother is dead or dying. It is nothing new, nothing ceasing, nothing fresh or interesting. But when your mother is dying and when this dying insists at once that you take notice of it, you feel her bones in your own and that insistence stretches into the vision you have of your own life.This short collection of essays explores life and death–what they take, what they give, and what they leave behind.
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