Living on the earth: celebrations, storm warnings, formulas, recipes, rumors, & country dances harvested by Alicia Bay Laurel

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Vintage Books, 1971 - Architecture - 193 pages
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The thirtieth anniversary edition of Living On The Earth maintains the innocence, lyricism and whimsy of the original, enriched with current information on sustainable technology and protection of the environment. At once a practical manual of recipes and directions for creating from scratch all of life's basic amenities and some of its frivolities, an influential artist book with an instantly identifiable style, an insider's view of the Utopian commune movement of the early seventies, and a spiritually uplifting lifestyle book, Living On The Earth continues as a beloved addition to our bookshelves.

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User Review  - bfgar - LibraryThing

I got this book the year it was published. The fact that, 43 years later, shows that I either still value it or I'm the worst hoarder in the world. No, strike that last bit even if there is a small ... Read full review

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User Review  - Buffy Sunnydale - Goodreads

This book is soooo cool! I'm not sure it's even in print anymore, but my aunt gave me her old coffee-stained, dog-eared copy. I find the whole thing fascinating. Read full review

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