This book is now available for order from Oxford University Press. I would add it to the sidebar to the right of this page, along with the Italian translation of The Philosopher, if I knew how. This task would involve some fairly complex html coding, which I always left to my father, who died in September of last year. Death is a mystery, and understanding it in the negative is inseparable from reflection on the problem of embodiment (in Homer, the word we translate as 'body' in fact only means 'corpse'). But where death's true nature comes through most sharply is in small things like this: the impossibility of further routine website maintenance.