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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New York : Random House, c1993
|Named Person:||William J Coughlin; William J Coughlin|
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|Description:||xi, 176 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Responsibility:||Ruth Coughlin, with an introduction by Michael Dorris.|
"The honesty, the day-to-day heroism of this beautifully told, unforgettable story," writes Michael Dorris in his introduction, "is the genuine article, the real stuff of forever." But here too are the specifics - the panic attacks, the dismantling of a life, the sorrowful hush that follows when death puts an end to a great love affair and a widow is left with nothing more to lose. Ruth Coughlin writes with beauty and honesty about love and marriage and preserving the day. "There is no right or wrong to widowhood; nobody's written the rules," Coughlin explains. "You make them up as you go along." Grieving: A Love Story is personal memoir at its best.
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- Coughlin, William J. -- (William Jeremiah), -- 1929-1992.
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