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At the age of 88, Pulitzer Prize winner Studs Terkel has turned to the ultimate human experience, that of death and the possibility of life afterward ...Show synopsisAt the age of 88, Pulitzer Prize winner Studs Terkel has turned to the ultimate human experience, that of death and the possibility of life afterward. Death is the one experience we all share but cannot know. In his powerful new book, "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?, " a wide range of people address that final experience and its impact on the present in which we live.Hide synopsis
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Description:New in new dust jacket. 384 p. 88-year-old Studs Terkel cranks...New in new dust jacket. 384 p. 88-year-old Studs Terkel cranks out another eclectic treasury of oral histories in Will the Circle Be Unbroken? This time, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Good War takes on death, a universal experience that solicits plenty of speculation, caution, and emotion from his 60-plus interviewees. Regular folks--ranging from the deeply religious to the deeply atheistic--share their life stories and their hopes or suspicions about the afterlife. Some are well-known, such as author Kurt Vonnegut, radio journalist Ira Glass, and folksinger Doc Watson (who, incidentally, appears in the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's classic bluegrass album Will the Circle Be Unbroken). Others, including parents, artists, medics, and clergymen, share equally compelling stories about losing family members, patients, and friends; personal encounters with heavenly voices; and apparitions. Terkel lies low throughout the book; his voice is only heard in the short intros to each speaker's story and in the chuckle-inducing introduction, which tells the story of an asthmatic boy--Studs, of course--who ironically outlives his family and dear wife Ida.
Description:Bargain Price New Book. SubTitle/Content: Reflections on death ...Bargain Price New Book. SubTitle/Content: Reflections on death & dignity. [Interviews about death & the possibility of life after it, with the dying, bereaved, families of murder victims, & professionals who see people die]. 2001, 407pp.
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