- Coulehan, Jack
- Date of entry: Jun-24-1994
- Last revised: Aug-16-2006
An old woman dies at home. After "the young ones had gone to bed," she arises and moves around the house, doing the usual things that defined her life--putting out the candles, mending a stocking, finding a lost glove--before she falls back into her coffin and is cremated in the morning.
Translated by George Theiner & Ian Milner.