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1 Klass, Dennis. (1996). Grief in an Eastern Culture: Japanese Ancestor Worship.


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Klass, Dennis. 1996. Grief in an Eastern Culture: Japanese Ancestor


Worship. PP. 59-70 in Continuing Bonds: New understandings of grief, edited by
Dennis Klass, Phyllis R. Silverman, and Steven L. Nickman. Washington, DC: Taylor
& Francis.

Konigsberg, RD. 2011. The truth about grief: The myth of its five stages and the new
science of loss.
New York: Simon & Schuster.

Lilienfeld, SO (2014) : 50