An EssayBook - 2016
Losing Helen is a moving and inspiring essay that tracks an adult daughter through the many complex phases of grief as she anticipates the inevitable loss of her elderly mother. Finding strength and guidance in the spiritual insights of writers, artists, Western religion, and Eastern philosophies, the narrator undergoes a profound transformation while striving to design an end-of-life experience that is meaningful and sacred not only for her mother but also for herself.
Publisher: Pasadena : Red Hen Press, 2016.
Edition: First Edition.
Branch Call Number: 306.9 BECKER
Characteristics: 104 pages ; 21 cm