In their design they simply amount to visual analogues for death, atomistically strung out. ... aquot;I di, not my Alaquot; affirms the existence of a Christian afterlife; and, using an acrostic as well, aquot;Dai in my Lotaquot; reveals the glories of heavenly reward. ... At the center there is a skeleton in stride, carrying a scythe and wearing banners that extend horizontally and bear the legends Memento Mori and Remember Death.
|Title||:||Memorials for Children of Change|
|Author||:||Dickran Tashjian, Ann Tashjian|
|Publisher||:||Wesleyan - 1974|