The End: Death, Cemeteries, and Remembering

All things must come to an end.
But … how do we say goodbye? How we die, how we treat death means so much. What does our farewell mean for the lives gone before us and for the future that will come after them?
Don’t miss this final episode of #OurAmericanDiscourse! In which Anthony Orlando discusses THE END with the incomparable David Sloane.

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Bonus episode: Lolly Willowes

Lolly Willowes: or, the loving huntsman is the deceptively simple novel by Sylvia Townsend Warner, about a woman who after 40 years spent in devotion to taking care of her father, and her brother’s family, decides to move to the countryside and become a witch! Does she find freedom, or does she exchange one form of subjugation for another?

If you haven’t read the novel yet, beware – we assume you’ve read it, so here’s your spoiler alert!

Featuring Aubrey Hicks (@AubreyHi), Lisa Schweitzer (@drschweitzer), and David Sloane (@dcsloane53 )

@BedrosianCenter

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