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Daughters of Aquarius - 09 edition

Daughters of Aquarius (ISBN10: 0700616330; ISBN13: 9780700616336)
ISBN13: 978-0700616336
ISBN10: 0700616330

Summary: In the 1960s, thousands of white middle-class American women rejected suburbia for a new life in the 'Hippie' communes. The author examines this phenomenon, drawing on the personal recollections of some of the main figures of the age, such as Leonore Kendall, Diane DiPrima and Carolyn Adams.

Edition/Copyright: 09
Cover: Hardback
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
Published: 03/04/2009
International: No



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Lawrence Lawrence Hardcover 256 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. CULTURE. It was a sign of the sixties. Drawn by the promise of spiritual and creative freedom, thousands of women fr ...show moreom white middle-class homes rejected the suburban domesticity of their mothers to adopt lifestyles more like those of their great-grandmothers. They eagerly learned "new" skills, from composting to quilting, as they took up the decade's quest for self-realization. "Hippie women" have alternately been seen as earth mothers or love goddesses, virgins or vamps&emdash; images that have obscured the real complexity of their lives. Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo now takes readers back to Haight Ashbury and country communes to reveal how they experienced and shaped the counterculture. She draws on the personal recollections of women who were there&emdash; including such pivotal figures as Lenore Kendall, Diane DiPrima, and Carolyn Adams&emdash; to gain insight into what made counterculture women tick, how they lived their ...show less
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