Dark Sentiments 2013 – Day 16: The Dark Side of Child Rearing

| October 16, 2013

“During the second half of the nineteenth century, death was the ultimate act of nature—beyond human control and ever present. The death rate of infants were so high that babies were often not given names until they were one year old, and the death of infants were often unrecorded. The ubiquity of death, due in […]