- Author:Michel Ragon
- Publisher:University Press of Virginia (1983)
- Pages:328 pages
- FB2 format1527 kb
- ePUB format1448 kb
- DJVU format1914 kb
- Formats:mobi lrf doc txt
The Space of Death book. Originally published in 1981 as L'espace de la mort: Essai sur l'architecture, la décoration et l'urbanisme funéraires by Michel Ragon.
The Space of Death book. The world of the dead. First published 1983.
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Michel Ragon ; translated by Alan Sheridan. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1983. Translation of: L'espace de la mort. Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-319) and index.
Bibliographic Details. Title: The Space of Death: A Study of Funerary. Publisher: University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville. Publication Date: 1983. Book Condition: very good(+). Dust Jacket Condition: very good(+). Synopsis: Book by Ragon, Michel.
The Space of Death: A Study of Funerary Architecture, Decoration, and Urbanism. Am hist rev. Elizabeth Wirth Marvick. This qualitative case study sought to explicate relevant features of the spiritual climate at one liberal arts religious college and also highlight the diverse ways in which students, faculty, and staff identities shaped the experience of climate balance the institution's denominational heritage with commitment to diversity, and community fragmentation brought on by conflicting ideologies.
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