A Strange Grief: Death, Mourning, and Survival in Rome

  • Alessandro Portelli
Part of the Palgrave Studies in Oral History book series (PSOH)

Abstract

Gabriella Polli. See how it is: he didn’t just kill a man; he killed a man, a woman, and all the children with them, so the dead are not three hundred and thirty-five, behind those dead there are …

Keywords

Trench Ghost Burial Defend Willow 

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