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17 See, for the general development, Michael Young, 'Right choice for rites of passage', The Guardian, 23 July 1994. (Melbourne, University Press, 1982). cit. 20 The classic account is Jessica Mitford, The American Way of Death (London, Hutchinson, 1963); but see also the report on being buried near your hero in The Guardian, 15 August 1994. (1990). cit. 23 Ibid. 24 Revelation 6:18. Quotation from Book of Common Prayer (1662). 26 Elisabeth KublerRoss, Death, the Final Stage of Growth (Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, 1975); Living with Death and Dying (London, Souvenir, 1981).