Book would be a fitting tribute
Sir -- I feel sure I am one of many readers who mourn the loss of Patricia Redlich. Her sane compassion and commitment to decent values provided a moral compass in a society that has largely become rudderless over the last decade. On the two occasions when I sought her advice myself, she did not disappoint and I was greatly helped.
Could I suggest that a fitting tribute to her life's achievements might be a compilation of her advice column published in book form, with minimal editing?
Her wisdom will not grow dim with the passing of time and will always be relevant for people struggling with the age-old challenges of the human condition.