From Utopian Dreaming to Communal Reality: Co-operative Lifestyles in Australia


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    With the increased inaccessibility of the housing market, so too has come a renewed interest in the idea of communal living. Such living arrangements are often overshadowed, however, by the perception that they are doomed to fail, a perception founded as much on myth as reality. In this edited volume, Bill Metcalf draw together works by ten diverse and compelling people who have formed or joined communes or intentional communities. Together with fascinating histories, they provide compelling examples and instructional wisdom for the modern pursuit of happiness through communal living.

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    Bill Metcalf: From Utopian Dreaming to Communal Reality: Co-operative Lifestyles in Australia
    University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, 1995. First Edition. Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Size: 21cm x 14cm. 198 pages. Light soiling to outside edges of text block. Light shelf and edge wear to covers. With the increased inaccessibility of the housing market, so too has come a renewed interest in the idea of communal living. Such living arrangements are often overshadowed, however, by the perception that they are doomed to fail, a perception founded as much on myth as reality. In this edited volume, Bill Metcalf draw together works by ten diverse and compelling people who have formed or joined communes or intentional communities. Together with fascinating histories, they provide compelling examples and instructional wisdom for the modern pursuit of happiness through communal living. Very Good Plus Condition. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: .28 kilos. ISBN: 0868400874. ISBN/EAN: 9780868400877. Inventory No: 0000491.
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    0868400874

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