Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant

Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

Roz Chast’s 2014 book, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? starts with this statement: “It was against my parents’ principles to talk about death.” With her poignant and funny style, Chast pays tribute to her parents’ lives, chronicles her own observations of their declining health and her experience of their deaths.

http://rozchast.com/books.shtml

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