Writer’s Wednesday: Jessica Mitford

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Click Here to Read:  Jessica Mitford on Wikipedia.

Click Here to Read:   The Woman who forced us to look death in the face. In the 1960s, British aristocrat Jessica Mitford wrote a best-seller on the funeral industry’s practices. Twenty years after her death, she can still teach us how to handle mortality by David Robson on the BBC website on July 21, 2016,

Click Here to Read:   The Indomitable Jessica Mitford: Articles by and about the muckraking journalist make clear that her name is synonymous with far more than cheap funerals by Molly Finnigan in the Atlantic Weekly in the October 2006 Issue.

Click Here to Read:  Great writer. But as a mother? Jessica Mitford’s children recall the woman they called Decca. By Edward Guthmann on the SF Gate website on November 14, 2006.

Click Here to Read:  Red Sheep How Jessica Mitford found her voice. By Thomas Mallon in The New Yorker in the October 16, 2006 Issue.

Click Here to Read:  Jessica Mitford, Incisive Critic of American Ways and a BritishUpbringing, Dies at 78 By Richard Severo in The NEw York Times on July 24, 1996.

Click Here to Read: The American Way of Death, Revisited Reviewed by Judith Newman in The New York Times on October 4, 1998.

Click Here to Read: Chapter 7:  Work, Business, and Economics from the American Way of Death by Jessica Mitford.

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