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They are also heroes: Funeral directors

S. Eliot, contemporizing Chaucer’s lyrical ode to spring in The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400), immortalized April as the cruelest month in his epic poem, “The Wasteland,” 1922. In April, 2020, as flowers bloomed and buds sprouted in Denver, COVID-19 cemented April’s reputation as one the cruelest months in our collective history. COVID-positive deaths recorded in Denver […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


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