By Helen Frisby and Stuart Prior
Issue 30, Summer 2016 pp 31-35
“Not only does death connect human beings across place and time; few other areas of human experience than disposal of the dead are so replete with existential meaning, yet simultaneously quite so prosaic”. Helen Frisby and Stuart Prior look at the management of cemeteries in Bristol, as well as reflecting on the Graves Commission, which they were both a part of.
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