Hardcover: 275 pages, Publisher: Knopf, 1st edition, September 12, 1980
The Zorzas, a trans-atlantic family, wrote this account at a time when hospice was a new idea in Britain and still had not blossomed in the U.S. The account is both a memoir to their daughter, Jane, who died of melanoma at 25, and a tribute to the (un-named) in-patient hospice facility in England that made her final months bearable.
Condition: very good. Clean, no writing, no folded pages, square, price sticker inside flap, dust cover has some rips and a bit of tape.
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