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As I Lay Dying
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bereaved
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As I Lay Dying
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  • I can remember how when I was young I believed death to be a phenomenon of the body; now I know it to be merely a function of the mind and that of the minds of the ones who suffer the bereavement.
  • I entered the house of bereavement, the lowly dwelling where another erring mortal lay while her soul faced the awful and irrevocable judgment, peace to her ashes.
  • It is as though upon a face carved by a savage caricaturist a monstrous "burlesque of all bereavement flowed.

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  • The Lord never sends you more than you can bear— That was an ancient Maycomb phrase employed by its fragile ladies who sat up with corpses, supposed to be profoundly comforting to the bereaved.
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • When the move was completed there were ten pups at this second den, all much of a size and age and, as far as Ootek could tell, all treated with identical care and kindness by the several adults, now including the bereaved male.
    Farley Mowat  --  Never Cry Wolf

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