5 edition of A Very Easy Death found in the catalog.
A Very Easy Death
Simone de Beauvoir
by Blackstone Audiobooks
Written in English
|Contributions||Hillary Huber (Narrator)|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beauvoir, Simone de, Very easy death. [New York, N.Y.]: Penguin Books, , © (OCoLC) Considered by many to be the master work by Simone de Beauvoir, A Very Easy Death focuses on death and the other limitations in one's life and with what attitude one approaches them. Through her mother's beauty, her smile, and her pride in her life and in herself, Simone learned that to be human and to have individual choice are the most.
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The title, a very easy death, I interpreted as more of a question, or maybe even a cynical remark. In this book Simone de Beauvoir describes her mothers illness, cancer, and death, day by day, in an almost raw honest form.4/5.
This book is a must read for every child. We all have parents Naturally, they will go before us. Often, their death will be anything but easy. This bos extremely relatable for every human being. She writes about her mother's prolonged, difficult, painful death with this ironic by: An Easy Death is the first book in the Gunnie Rose series by popular American author, Charlaine Harris.
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Powerful, touching, and sometimes shocking, this is an end-of-life account that no reader is. A Very Easy Death leads readers through the changing labyrinth of emotions surrounding the graphically-described death of the author's mother while undergoing care in Paris.
On eloquent display is DeBeauvoir's heartache, anger, and confusion regarding the painful treatment of her cancer-ridden mother by two unrelenting by: A Very Easy Death. A Very Easy Death has long been considered one of Simone de Beauvoir's masterpieces. The profoundly moving, A Very Easy Death book recounting of her mother's death “shows the power of compassion when it is allied with acute intelligence” (The Sunday Telegraph).4/5(3).
A Very Easy Death. A Very Easy Death has long been considered one of Simone de Beauvoir’s masterpieces. The profoundly moving, day-by-day recounting of her mother’s death “shows the power of compassion when it is allied 4/5(3).
Published in – a year after her mother died – A Very Easy Death recounts, in detail, the day-by-day decline of her mother’s illness. Steeped in a tragic sense of realism, de Beauvoir narrates a painful, yet searingly truthful story of her mother’s diagnosis of cancer and subsequent fatality.
Whether you are approaching your own death, facing the death of a loved-one, or are simply in need of understanding the purpose of this brief and mortal life, you will find in the pages of Easy Death a most extraordinary and unique Help — Real Help, not mere consolation or impermanent philosophy, given in the Wisdom, and in the human Form, of Avatar Adi Da Samraj.
Brilliant book on a very tricky and not often discussed subject; the feelings, challenges and surprises that happen when a parent is in the process of dying. Really a fantastic read for anyone that wants to process or understand being with death and the medical decisions around it/5(27). 7. I Miss You: A First Look at Death by Pat Thomas explains what we know about death and grief in a simple, factual manner.
It outlines reasons why people die, introduces what a funeral is, and explores the difficult feelings and emotions of saying goodbye and missing someone very much. I am such a huge fan of using books to open or continue. A very easy death by Simone de Beauvoir; 15 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, Family, Family relationships, French Authors, Mothers, French.
She was "of an age to die," seventy-seven, and she had a "very easy death" or so the nurse said well cared for and well attended by her daughters.
However the title is ironically derived and it would be hard to think that Simone de Beauvoir who flaunted so many strictures of life, would accept death. Her mother died of cancer which she always feared; although she Phone: () Synchronicity between the books I read continues to delight me.
Pairing A Very Easy Death with The Weird Sisters (another book featuring a mother with cancer) was accidental. The epilogue to A Very Easy Death is the verse from Dylan Thomas which begins Do not go gentle into that good on: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Commentary. This novella-length prose work presents a deeply personal view of the role-reversal, grief, regret and anger that so often accompany the walk with a parent to his or her death.
The telling is simple and direct, with the sharp and accurate imagery and reflections we are accustomed to getting from Beauvoir. So a Death Book may be the best present you can leave. It does not have to be perfect, but whatever you can do to help those who survive you will be very much appreciated.
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Apparently de Beauvoir was ambivalent towards her mother. But when I read that book, I wasn’t struck by. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A very easy death by Simone de Beauvoir,Pantheon edition, in English - 1st Pantheon paperback by:.
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A Very Easy Death At the centre of the book is her mother, who is dying rapidly, and how she comes to terms with this. As such, you can’t escape the existential philosophy which de Beauvoir was aligned with, but this is more of a personal story than a .