Smudge

  • Kacper Edward Niburski MaRS Discovery District

Abstract

The following is a story that deals with the loss of sanctity in death, the cultural barriers that arise in Western versus an imaginative Eastern practice, and the limitations of language, as well as the compassionate competency necessary in healthcare professionals to bridge all three of these spheres.

Author Biography

Kacper Edward Niburski, MaRS Discovery District
Kacper Niburski is a graduate from the Arts and Science and Chemical Biology undergraduate program at McMaster University. He is drawn to bioethics because of its intimate narrative between the sciences and humanities. He is also passionate about writing fiction, and he hopes to pen something worthwhile – besides this biography – sometime in the future.

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Published
2015-12-17
Section
Prose