From Our Editors
In this impassioned and beautifully written account, one woman shares her inspiring journey through mourning to the acceptance of her brother's death. This bold memoir also provides a road map for readers experiencing loss--especially helpful to brothers and sisters
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In July 1989 Barbara Lazear Ascher learned that her brother, Bobby, had died of AIDS at the age of thirty-one. With an older sister's efficiency, she notified her parents and arranged Bobby's cremation; then, almost against her will, she began to grieve. This extraordinary book is a record of what she encountered in that "landscape w...