In the Unlikely Event of a Water Landing by Christopher Noel
: A Geography of Grief

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This literary memoir will appeal to anyone--man or woman, married or single--who has lost a loved one. Both touching and revealing in its exploration of the numbness of grief, Noel's achingly beautiful account of the hard work of coming to terms with the loss of someone who is deeply loved will console and educate those trying to comprehend the tremendous finality of loss.

About Christopher Noel

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Noel teaches in the Master of Fine Arts in Writing Program at Vermont College.
Published May 21, 1996 by Crown. 273 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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In 1992, Noel's fiancee, Brigid, in her late 20s, was killed in an automobile accident in Vermont.

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