Autoportraits à la Nature morte / Self-portraits with Still Life ” Do not fear; I love you. ” Short words which, in their time, saved my life. A chaplain transmitted these words to me on a card which he placed in my hospital room the night I delivered my dead baby. Do not fear death, do not fear the lifeless body; and yet it was indeed terror that prevailed over sorrow; dread, disgust and fear of disgust. Perinatal death is defined by WHO as the death of the fetus during pregnancy and within the first 7 days of life. Perinatal...
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