Nothing is more fitting than a book gravestone to mark a person's story and ensure it's never forgotten. Is it wrong to hope if I have a gravestone it's like this
10 Very Unusual Graves
Here’s another one for the cemetery fandom Georges Rodenbach was a century Belgian writer, best known for Bruges-la-Morte, a symbolic novel published in was about a man mourning his dead.
The Ebert chair grave in Lowell Cemetery, MA was reportedly carved from a single piece of granite. The chair is a replica of one owned by the deceased, Mr. Horace Ebert, which consisted of tufted leather and carved dog heads.
In Highgate Cemetery, Jeremy Beadle, a writer has a headstone shaped like books on a shelf.
A Gravestone. On the reverse it reads: Michael Ayrton Painter and Sculptor, 1921 - 1975 Elisabeth Ayrton, Writer, 1910 - 1991 Michael Ayrton wrote and created many works associated with the myths of the Minotaur and Daedalus.
A pleurant statue in Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris. Pleurant (French) or "weeper" statues represent the eternal grief at the loss of a loved one. I have long been fascinated by the depth and detail that goes into cemetery statuary.