If you believe that the idea of preserving a body instead of embalming and burying or cremating it is preposterous and absurd, then you haven't seen Life Goes On, a hilarious play by North Carolina judge James E. Ragan III. George Smith, the pivotal character in the story, dies after the first scene. George's wife, Harriet, is becoming increasingly forgetful, even forgets that George is dead and insists on keeping his body at home at night. The whole scheme evolves from a discovery that George's friend Roger Norris, a local undertaker, makes which he calls a "Preservation System."
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