The Written Suburb: An American Site, an Ethnographic Dilemma
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The Written Suburb: An American Site, an Ethnographic Dilemma

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The Written Suburb An American Site, An Ethnographic Dilemma John D. Dorst "A wonderful book that . . . is shrewd and often quite funny . . . [and] employs the tools of an anthropologist to explain the strange folkways of late 20th-century Pennsylvania suburbanites."--"Philadelphia Inquirer" "A subversive and postmodern work about the town of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. The...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published May 1st 1989 by University of Pennsylvania Press
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