Objects & Places from The Undertaking: Life Studies from the Dismal Trade

Thomas Lynch
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Milford, Michigan - This is the author's hometown and setting of many of the book's major events.

West Clare, Moveen Townland, Ireland - This is the town where the author's cousins live and where the author maintains a home.

The Huron River and the Oak Grove Bridge - This structure ran across this body of water, fell apart, and was rebuilt.

The Midwinter Conference - This meeting for funeral directors is usually held in the Lesser Antilles.

Lynch and Sons Funeral Home - This is a family operated business started by the author's father.

Funerals - The author organizes many of these traditional services.

Redemptive Suffering - The author's mother believed that this provided an opportunity to become morally perfect.

Artichoke - This is a poem that helped a man find a new wife after a divorce.

At the Opening of Oak Grove Cemetery Bridge - This...

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