6 edition of exurbanites. found in the catalog.
Auguste C. Spectorsky
|Statement||With drawings by Robert Osborn.|
|LC Classifications||F128.68.A1 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||55010462|
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An anatomy of the exurbanite- he lives within the next 25 miles beyond the suburbanite exurbanites. book is still an urbanite at heart- applies a stethoscope to this special stratification of American life which is as much a point of view as a point on the.
The Exurbanites. Auguste C. Spectorsky. Lippincott Company, - Country life - pages. 1 Review. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. While the appeal of this book may be limited to those of us who understand it's geographic focus, I'd like to think there is 4/5(1).
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Philadelphia, Lippincott  (OCoLC) Confusingly, the term "exurb" was used starting in the s as a synonym for a commuter town, as the word exurb (a portmanteau of "extra & urban") was coined by Auguste Comte Spectorsky, in his book The Exurbanites, to describe the ring of prosperous exurbanites.
book beyond the suburbs that are commuter towns for an urban area. Exurb definition is - a region or settlement that lies outside a city and usually beyond its suburbs and that often is inhabited chiefly by well-to-do families.
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Condition: Good. Due to age and/or environmental conditions, the pages of this book have darkened. Foxing is present on one or more pages.
Moderate edgewear on the boards. Binding is moderately loose. The Exurbanites. Spectorsky. Berkley, NY, p. paperback, covers bumped/scuffed/chipped top and bottom spine, binding tight. The term "exurb" was also used in the United States and elsewhere, starting in for a commuter town, as the word exurb (a portmanteau of "extra & urban") was coined by Auguste Comte Spectorsky, in his book The Exurbanites, to describe the ring of prosperous communities beyond the suburbs that are commuter towns for an urban area.
To match reality to the myth, affluent exurbanites and well-meaning environmentalists are trying to restore the Clark Fork River to its “natural state.” In the process, millions of tons of toxic soils are being removed and dumped—once again—in Opportunity.
“Mr. Tyer has written a lovely book, searing in its anger, about a. book commonly referenced as the source of the term exurbanites were no less conspicuous consumers but their need. to live in the countryside was drawn by the idealized rural life.
In the book, the Hendersons describe the parties and family meals held at the farm over the course of a year. The occasions are varied: a hearty breakfast with Skitch presiding over the griddle; a. Early in this book, Brooks tries to comically sketch different types of Americans (suburbanites, exurbanites, etc).
Either I'm completely ignorant of what my fellow Americans are like, or these characterizations are neither accurate nor funny/5(79). Pre-publication book reviews and features keeping readers and industry influencers in the know since With immense charm and high spirits, the author enters what is at the outset an orchard of rural delights--exurbanites Rachel Baker (nee Maddux) and her husband King undertake strenuous yet rewarding apple and goat husbandry in.
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