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THE YEAR MY MOTHER DIED

is unique in that other memoir authors,

even those who focus on a relative’s death,

cannot offer the perspective of a physician

specifically trained in palliative/hospice

care. Scott’s unique response to her own

mother’s death makes her realize that her

familiarity with death does not determine

her path through grief. Scott portrays a

year-long journey, punctuated by nostalgia

and quirky behavior, and ultimately

offers hope to those who grieve. Through

humor and reflection, she finds a way to

honor her mother’s profound contribution

to her life.

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