As I mourn my mother the pandemic rolls on. Is the whole world, like me, frozen in grief?

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/aug/02/as-i-mourn-my-mother-the-pandemic-rolls-on-is-the-whole-world-like-me-frozen-in-grief

James Bradley, an Australian novelist and critic, at home in Marrickville, Sydney.

I try to make sense of her sudden absence but every hour, every minute, brings some new and usually terrifying development

  • This is part of a series of essays by Australian writers responding to the challenges of 2020

by James Bradley

2 thoughts on “As I mourn my mother the pandemic rolls on. Is the whole world, like me, frozen in grief?

    1. Yes, Cat, I thought too, this is a very well written, moving piece. I am looking forward to reading some of Bradley’s books. ‘Ghost Species’ is his most recent book. Maybe I should start with this one. 🙂

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