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Your points will be added to your account once your order is shipped. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Only weeks after Linda receives the devastating diagnosis of inoperable lung cancer, she and her husband, Chris, are told she may not have long to live. But Linda is not about to let cancer put her away that easily.
She fights back. Facing the disease together, for Chris at least, bright lights and fairy dust become matters of life and death.
Bright Lights and Fairy Dust: Matters of Life and Death by Chris Page (Hardback, 2011)
Interwoven with information on her care and treatment, their story lays bare their love and devotion, their sadness and despair, their joy and hope. It reveals Linda's determination and strength of spirit and tells of the power of love. Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join.
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In many cultures and in the arts, death is considered a being or otherwise personified , wherein it is usually capitalized as "Death". The layers of acquired knowledge peel away from the mind like a cosmetic and reveal, in patches, the naked flesh beneath, the authentic being hidden there. And I had already glimpsed him, faint, obscured by their encrustations, but all the more valuable, all the more urgent. I scorned henceforth that secondary, learned being whom education had pasted over him.
And I would compare myself to a palimpsest; I shared the thrill of the scholar who beneath more recent script discovers.
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Those incantations of the Spring That made the heart a centre of miracles Grow formal, and the wonder-working bours Arise no more — no more. Something is dead. Think on the shame of dreams for deeds, The scandal of unnatural strife, The slur upon immortal needs, The treason done to life:. I don't know what God is. I don't know what death is. But I believe they have between them some fervent and necessary arrangement.