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Loss (Psychology)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Questions for Strangers, 2019

Identifier: cw_2019spring_sklan_marin.pdf
Overview "Over the last three years, a number of people very dear to me have passed away. A dancer, a photographer, a Shakespearean double, a grandfather still shrouded in mystery. Each, in their own way, harbingers of untold stories. I realized, slowly, that a sense of peace could be found through small acts of translation. Memories became settings became characters both unfamiliar and comforting. I suppose, at its core, this collection is an exploration of loss. But I have come to view it more as a...
Dates: 2019

The Secret Eater and Other Stories, 2021

Identifier: cw_2021spring_marlin_sofia.pdf

"The following collection of stories explores humankind at its most vulnerable. These stories range in length, from short story to flash and even micro fiction. Characters experience loss and isolation, learn to cope with grief, and come to terms with their own complex identities. Gender and sexuality are major themes present in these works of fiction, demonstrating both the dangers and pleasures that arise when people considered "other" enter society." -- Abstract

Dates: 2021