Ellen Goodman spurs "The Conversation"

Retsinas, Joan
January 2013
Aging Today;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p16
The article offers information on the project "The Conversation" by Ellen Goodman related to how one wants to live last days of his life. It mentions that her works compelled to think people on the topics of how to plan their life. It also states that she added dignity to last days of her life by her works. It further reflects on the career of Ellen Goodman and how her career reflected the success of the women's movement.


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