<p><strong>Eulogies</strong>&nbsp;are not a genre noted for honesty &mdash;&nbsp;the origin of the word, after all, is &ldquo;to speak well.&rdquo; What are the benefits of truth when speaking of the dead?</p>

Eulogies&amp;nbsp;are not a genre noted for honesty &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;the origin of the word, after all, is &amp;ldquo;to speak well.&amp;rdquo; What are the benefits of truth when speaking of the
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Eulogies are not a genre noted for honesty — the origin of the word, after all, is “to speak well.” What are the benefits of truth when speaking of the dead?

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