The Good Funeral Guide
March 2, 2012
Emily Post on funeral directors, 1928
It is curious that long association with the sadness of death seems to have deprived an occasional funeral director of all sense of moderation. Whether the temptation of “good business” gradually undermines his character – knowing as he does that bereaved families ask no questions – or whether his profession is merely devoid of taste, he will, if not checked, bring the most ornate and expensive casket in his establishment ….
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