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Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. L   Gothic Kleid
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Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. L Verspieltes Gothic Kleid für deinen Auftritt als Dark Queen Das auffällige Gothicdress im romantischen Style ist ein absoluter Hingucker. Verziert ist das schöne Gothic Kleid mit zahlreichen Spitzenapplikationen. Zudem verfügt das Fashionkleid über ein verspieltes pinkes Muster in Blumenoptik mit weißen Totenköpfen. Abgerundet wird das ganze mit einem schwarzen Tüll, der unter dem Rock hervor scheint. Zu diesem Kleid passt Dir auch sicherlich die sexy für drunter. Für die Füße empfehlen wir die um dein Gothic Kostüm zu komplettieren. Lieferumfang: 1x Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. L Farbe: Lila / Schwarz Grösse: L Material: 98% Baumwolle, 2% Elastan

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Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. M   Punk Kleid
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Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. M Verspieltes Gothic Kleid für deinen Auftritt als Dark Queen Das auffällige Gothicdress im romantischen Style ist ein absoluter Hingucker. Verziert ist das schöne Gothic Kleid mit zahlreichen Spitzenapplikationen. Zudem verfügt das Fashionkleid über ein verspieltes pinkes Muster in Blumenoptik mit weißen Totenköpfen. Abgerundet wird das ganze mit einem schwarzen Tüll, der unter dem Rock hervor scheint. Zu diesem Kleid passt Dir auch sicherlich die sexy für drunter. Für die Füße empfehlen wir die um dein Gothic Kostüm zu komplettieren. Lieferumfang: 1x Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr.M Farbe: Lila / Schwarz Grösse: M Material: 98% Baumwolle, 2% Elastan

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Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. S   Gothic Fashion
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Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. S Verspieltes Gothic Kleid für deinen Auftritt als Dark Queen Das auffällige Gothicdress im romantischen Style ist ein absoluter Hingucker. Verziert ist das schöne Gothic Kleid mit zahlreichen Spitzenapplikationen. Zudem verfügt das Fashionkleid über ein verspieltes pinkes Muster in Blumenoptik mit weißen Totenköpfen. Abgerundet wird das ganze mit einem schwarzen Tüll, der unter dem Rock hervor scheint. Zu diesem Kleid passt Dir auch sicherlich die sexy für drunter. Für die Füße empfehlen wir die um dein Gothic Kostüm zu komplettieren. Lieferumfang: 1x Forrest Dress lila Skulls Gr. S Farbe: Lila / Schwarz Grösse: S Material: 98% Baumwolle, 2% Elastan

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Spiral Women's WOLF DREAMS Stud Waist Mini Dres...
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Bring out your spiritual side with this American Indian style wolf design. It's collar is formed of a dream catcher decorated with feathers and skulls. With the back showing the wolf howling at the moon.StudWaist Vscs Dress Blk is made of 95% Viscose 5% Elastane, Jersey using skin friendly, Azo-free, Reactive dyes.

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From Here to Eternity: Travelling the World to ...
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As a practising mortician, Caitlin Doughty has long been fascinated by our pervasive terror of dead bodies. In From Here to Eternity, she sets out in search of cultures unburdened by such fears. In rural Indonesia, she observes a man clean and dress his grandfather's mummified body. She meets Bolivian ñatitas (cigarette-smoking, wish-granting human skulls) and introduces us to the Japanese ritual of kotsuage, in which relatives use chopsticks to pluck their loved ones' bones from cremation ashes. With curiosity and morbid humour, Doughty introduces us to inspiring death-care innovators, participates in powerful death practices almost entirely unknown in the West and explores new spaces for mourning - including a futuristic glowing-Buddha columbarium in Japan, a candlelit Mexican cemetery and America's only open-air pyre. In doing so she expands our sense of what it means to treat the dead with dignity and reveals unexpected possibilities for our own death rituals. Read by Caitlin Doughty. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Caitlin Doughty. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/orio/001208/bk_orio_001208_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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From Here to Eternity: Traveling the World to F...
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The best-selling author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes expands our sense of what it means to treat the dead with "dignity". Fascinated by our pervasive terror of dead bodies, mortician Caitlin Doughty set out to discover how other cultures care for their dead. In rural Indonesia, she observes a man clean and dress his grandfather's mummified body. Grandpa's mummy has lived in the family home for two years, where the family has maintained a warm and respectful relationship. She meets Bolivian natitas (cigarette-smoking, wish-granting human skulls) and introduces us to a Japanese kotsuage, in which relatives use chopsticks to pluck their loved ones' bones from cremation ashes. With curiosity and morbid humor, Doughty encounters vividly decomposed bodies and participates in compelling, powerful death practices almost entirely unknown in America. From Here to Eternity introduces death-care innovators researching green burial and body composting, explores new spaces for mourning - including a glowing Buddha columbarium in Japan and America's only open-air pyre - and reveals unexpected new possibilities for our own death rituals. Author bio: Mortician Caitlin Doughty - host and creator of Ask a Mortician and the New York Times best-selling author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - founded the death acceptance collective The Order of the Good Death and cofounded Death Salon. She lives in Los Angeles, where she runs her nonprofit funeral home, Undertaking LA. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Caitlin Doughty. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/010357/bk_reco_010357_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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From Here to Eternity
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Fascinated by our pervasive fear of dead bodies, mortician Caitlin Doughty set out to discover how other cultures care for the dead. From Here to Eternity is an immersive global journey that introduces compelling, powerful rituals almost entirely unknown in America. In rural Indonesia, she watches a man clean and dress his grandfather's mummified body, which has resided in the family home for two years. In La Paz, she meets Bolivian natitas (cigarette-smoking, wish-granting human skulls), and in Tokyo she encounters the Japanese kotsuage ceremony, in which relatives use chopsticks to pluck their loved-ones' bones from cremation ashes. With boundless curiosity and gallows humor, Doughty vividly describes decomposed bodies and investigates the world's funerary history. She introduces deathcare innovators researching body composting and green burial, and examines how varied traditions, from Mexico's Días de los Muertos to Zoroastrian sky burial help us see our own death customs in a new light. Doughty contends that the American funeral industry sells a particular-and, upon close inspection, peculiar-set of 'respectful' rites: bodies are whisked to a mortuary, pumped full of chemicals, and entombed in concrete. She argues that our expensive, impersonal system fosters a corrosive fear of death that hinders our ability to cope and mourn. By comparing customs, she demonstrates that mourners everywhere respond best when they help care for the deceased, and have space to participate in the process. Exquisitely illustrated by artist Landis Blair, From Here to Eternity is an adventure into the morbid unknown, a story about the many fascinating ways people everywhere have confronted the very human challenge of mortality.

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Dead Long Enough
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Harry MacDonald had seen plenty of skulls - arsing about with some poor sod or other's skull is what pays Harry's rent - but until the day of his official thirty-ninth birthday (actually, Harry was knocking on forty), which was also the day he met Shnade again, he had never noticed the shape of his own skull-to-be; and until the night of that same day, he had never seen a living skull being crunched deliberately, wetly inwards. Perhaps it all happened because Harry had got lost in his work for too long. Or perhaps because Shnade had got lost doing nothing for too long. Or perhaps because all of us, Harry and Shnade included, are lost full stop. She's not really Shnade, of course. Shnade was what we heard, and is what we called her, and is what she will be, to me any rate, for as long as I have. When Shnade swung round, I saw her dress flick along with the movement of her hips and brush Harry's thigh. It was a light, small, flimsy dress of reddish cotton; she wore it over some kind of black, shiny, strappy, swimsuitish thing. You could see this big tattoo of a lizard that ran right from her shoulder to her wrist. And you could tell that when her dress swished across the thigh of Harry's jeans, it felt to him like it was made of chain-mail. And I think, looking back, we all knew, right then, that Harry was fucked.

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From Here to Eternity
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Fascinated by our pervasive fear of dead bodies, mortician Caitlin Doughty set out to discover how other cultures care for the dead. From Here to Eternity is an immersive global journey that introduces compelling, powerful rituals almost entirely unknown in America. In rural Indonesia, she watches a man clean and dress his grandfather's mummified body, which has resided in the family home for two years. In La Paz, she meets Bolivian natitas (cigarette-smoking, wish-granting human skulls), and in Tokyo she encounters the Japanese kotsuage ceremony, in which relatives use chopsticks to pluck their loved-ones' bones from cremation ashes. With boundless curiosity and gallows humor, Doughty vividly describes decomposed bodies and investigates the world's funerary history. She introduces deathcare innovators researching body composting and green burial, and examines how varied traditions, from Mexico's Días de los Muertos to Zoroastrian sky burial help us see our own death customs in a new light. Doughty contends that the American funeral industry sells a particular-and, upon close inspection, peculiar-set of 'respectful' rites: bodies are whisked to a mortuary, pumped full of chemicals, and entombed in concrete. She argues that our expensive, impersonal system fosters a corrosive fear of death that hinders our ability to cope and mourn. By comparing customs, she demonstrates that mourners everywhere respond best when they help care for the deceased, and have space to participate in the process. Exquisitely illustrated by artist Landis Blair, From Here to Eternity is an adventure into the morbid unknown, a story about the many fascinating ways people everywhere have confronted the very human challenge of mortality.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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