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Title Death, ritual, and bereavement / edited by Ralph Houlbrooke.

Imprint London ; New York : Routledge in association with the Social History Society of the United Kingdom, 1989.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 3rd Floor Stacks  306.9 D349r 1989    ---  Available
Description viii, 250 p. ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 238-240) and index.
Contents Death, church, and family in England between the late fifteenth and the early eighteenth centuries / Ralph Houlbrooke -- Good death in seventeenth-century England / Lucinda McCray Beier -- Godly grief : individual responses to death in seventeenth-century Britain / Anne Laurence -- Death and the doctors in Georgian England / Ray Porter -- Burial question in Leeds in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / Jim Morgan -- Why was death so big in Victorian Britain? / Ruth Richardson -- Ashes to ashes : cremation and the celebration of death in nineteenth-century Britain / Jennifer Leaney -- Two faces of death : children's magazines and their treatment of death in the nineteenth century / Diana Dixon -- Victorian unbelief and bereavement / Martha McMackin Garland -- Death, grief, and mourning in the upper-class family, 1860-1914 / Pat Jalland -- Lancashire way of death / Elizabeth Roberts.
Subject Death -- Social aspects -- Great Britain -- History.
Social history.
Bereavement -- History.
Added Author Houlbrooke, Ralph A. (Ralph Anthony), 1944-
ISBN 0415011655
Standard No. UKM b8868358
NLGGC 050285831
NZ1 3545076

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