In today's podcast we step into the lives of some of the world's greatest literary writers. We explore their experiences of death and the afterlife and how in some cases this set them on new paths of exploration. As Beth March stated in the novel Little Women about her death...
“It's like the tide, Jo, when it turns it goes slowly--but it can't be stopped.”
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