Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir By D. J. Waldie
1996 | 180 Pages | ISBN: 0393039579 | PDF | 8 MB

Part memoir, part history, this collection of essays is a portrait of the author's coming-of-age. It is concerned with the way a place shapes people's lives. In the 1950s, as the American suburbs were hurriedly built, planners and social critics denounced the right-angle grid and small spaces; but the effect on human lives in suburban streets was not foreseen.

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