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Books on Grief
"One of these (tools for grieving) can be reading, which offers a way to share, process, and understand sorrow. In fiction and nonfiction, through messy dramas or astute insight into the human condition, authors examine how grief can be a reckoning, a nuisance, a period of stasis, or an incomplete project. Writing alone can’t take away the pain, but prose can be part of one’s internal healing." (Edna Bonhomme)
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