Is the "angel of death" hallucination a real medical phenomenon? [more inside]
What are some out of copyright children's books with touching death scenes? [more inside]
Sacrifice, speech, writing and art: I am interested in the different ways in which a sacrifice, a sacrament, a spoken word and a written word act as signifiers. The notion for instance that the sacrament, at the point of its acceptance, is understood as becoming the signified. What can you tell me / what has been written about the notions of sacrifice and their relationship to speech, art and the technologies of writing? [more inside]
Which books help me get into the psyche of war criminals, suicide bombers, etc? [more inside]
Looking for books about destruction. [more inside]
QuoteFilter: Who coined the phrase, "death is the great equalizer"?
Books/writing on death, loss and grief. [more inside]
The book was probably published in the 1970s or 1980s, with green on the cover, black-and-white photographs throughout, and talked about the death of a bird. I vaguely recall a photo or two of the bird being buried in a shoebox. What is the name of this book, and who is the writer/photographer?