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Random information on the term “Final words”:
Last words are the final utterances of a person before death. The meaning is sometimes expanded to include non-ultimate utterances in the final days or hours before death.
Last words of famous or infamous people are sometimes recorded (although not always accurately) such that this is a historical and literary trope. According to Karl Guthke, though, last words as recorded in public documents are often reflections of the social attitude toward death at the time, rather than reports of actual historical facts. Published last words may also reflect merely what the dying person’s intimates or supporters wished to have promulgated as their final testament.
Last words – it doesn’t happen like the movies. That’s not how patients die.
The actual last words of dying people are usually less grandiose than those attributed to historical figures, and are also seldom published. Persons at the last stage of dying by illness frequently suffer delirium, a diminishment of mental acuity, or ability to speak clearly, or some combination of the three. According to New Zealand psychiatrist Sandy McLeod, persons in the final stages of malignant illness do not normally remain mentally clear. And some people have no last words at all near their death, silenced by dementia or other causes. According to Maureen Keeley, “People will whisper, and they’ll be brief, single words – that’s all they have energy for.”
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