LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||24/AGO/2009 4:33 AM|
In some parts of the E-speaking world, wakes are held as a 'farewell party' after the funeral / service and the burial / cremation.
Obviously the mood at such an event varies greatly between a young person snatched in their prime and an old person who had the opportunity to experience a rich and varied mortal existence
There is certainly no body / corpse at a wake in Australia, New Zealand or other parts of Oceania - as indicated above it's been burnt or buried at that point.
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