Wallingford, Pa] : Pendle Hill, 1972.
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There are, I expect, a few people who will be interested in this pamphlet about death. It is not the topic that will put others off, but the style, in which Murphy makes no coherent argument or point, but rather muses about many ideas about death and quotes from many authors. It has lots of ideas about death strung together; the persistent reader will surely find some nuggets of interest among them. Others will find it too tedious to wade through.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 184
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