We’re getting ready to launch our first major feature on the death of a person from our series on the “deaths of the world.”
In it, we examine the breadth and depth of the deaths of people from the 20th century, from the most infamous and horrific to the most underreported.
The book is due out in December, and you can preorder it here.
The first of the five books is called The Death of Death, and it will examine the rise of the “self-immolation” movement in the United States in the early 20th Century.
In it you’ll find interviews with writers such as H.P. Lovecraft, William Butler Yeats, and Thomas Pynchon.
Death has always been a central theme in American literature, and the book focuses on its aftermath: its impact on the writers, artists, and performers who became the focus of its stories, and on its impact, in this case, on American culture.
The books series is a collaboration between New York University and Harvard University Press, and focuses on the intersection of the American literary tradition with contemporary issues.
“Death has always had a powerful resonance in American culture, and this book makes it clear that it is a story that is both an ongoing and a timeless tale,” said Sarah Kress, associate professor of American literature at New York City University.
“It explores the themes of the death itself and the way that death is experienced, both in the world and in our own minds, and at a time when the idea of death is so alien to many people.
In a time of social and political upheaval, it is the kind of book that speaks to our most personal questions, like why are we doing what we are doing?
What are we really doing with ourselves?
How are we feeling?
These are the questions we should be asking about the world we live in.”
The Death Of Death: The Rise of the Self-Immolation Movement will be available in paperback and e-book.
To get the best viewing experience, the first two books will be read aloud together.
Kress says this will help the reading experience: it’s a great way to get a sense of the breadth of the work and how the narrative intertwines with the book’s other subjects.
The second book is titled Death in the City: From Blackface to the Death of a Black Person, and is the culmination of the two books.
It explores the rise and the fall of the New York Black Panthers, who began to take action against the NYPD in the 1980s.
As the Panthers began to be attacked by the police, they were attacked by white supremacy, and they were killed in a number of acts of terror, including a bombing of a bus carrying members of the group, which killed five people and injured another 19.
The authors focus is on the role that the Black Panthers played in the transformation of New York and the city, and its aftermath.
Death in New York: The Death in Blackface series will be published in four volumes.
The Blackface Death series will include a number by writers who have worked with the New Black Panthers and the Black Panther Party, including David Wong, James Baldwin, and M. King James.
Death is not the only topic in this book.
The Death In the City series also includes essays by writers like Toni Morrison, Yoko Ono, and Sylvia Plath.
The author interviews the survivors of the bombing, as well as people who participated in the bombing itself.
The writers are also joined by people from other communities, such as the authors of the book on the history of the Black people in the US.
Death In New York is scheduled to be published by Harvard University press, and available for preorder here.