Firstly, I am new to the forum, and the website - despite a healthy (or unhealthy) appetite for Sir Terry's litterary accomplishments.
However, I find myself studying hard.. *cough* at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, for a degree in Philosophy. For an independent study this semester, I am studying Death, Loss, and Bereavement; inspiration for which, has naturally required me to turn to the discworld.
Can any here please suggest two or three discworld books which offer insight to human management of death, loss, and bereavement. I have currently chosen 'Mort' and 'Reaper Man', but I am looking to specifically pull some of the philosophy on death and its management from Sir Terry's discworld series to incorporate into my thesis.
All suggestions will be happily considered.
I have read all of his discworld series over a number of years, although this class does not provide the luxury of time sufficient to re-read them all.