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Don’t Fear the Reaper: How Death in The Sandman Allowed Me to Overcome My Fear Of Dying, by J. D. Harlock

“For some folks, death is release, and for others, death is an abomination, a terrible thing. But in the end, I’m there for all of them.”                                        —Death, The Sandman It’s difficult to say when I realized I was no longer afraid of dying—when that looming specter that haunted the recesses of my mind seemed …

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Nonhuman Thanatology and the Quest for Human Exceptionalism, by M L Clark

Tahlequah didn’t know she had an audience while in mourning. She didn’t even know that she’d been named Tahlequah, purported to mean “two is enough” in Cherokee, and also J35, by the humans who kept tabs on her as she carried her stillborn calf for seventeen days around the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest. …

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