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The Grove of Hollow Trees
The Grove of Hollow Trees
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The Grove of Hollow Trees
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The characters In this book lived together in the early 1970s on a small farm in the Massachusetts Berkshires. The differing reasons they spent part of their young adulthoods in the rural town of Dutton illustrate the fact that the counterculture was not one thing, but many. The Grove of Hollow Trees is the story of their experience while they were at North Road Farm and their perceptions as they reflected, forty years later.ElaineThe Resistance, the Movement, that was first and foremost to me.…
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The characters In this book lived together in the early 1970s on a small farm in the Massachusetts Berkshires. The differing reasons they spent part of their young adulthoods in the rural town of Dutton illustrate the fact that the counterculture was not one thing, but many. The Grove of Hollow Trees is the story of their experience while they were at North Road Farm and their perceptions as they reflected, forty years later.

Elaine

The Resistance, the Movement, that was first and foremost to me. As for sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll-of course I liked all that like everybody else. Back-to-the-earth, environmentalism, Eastern religion, group process-all part of the cultural tidal wave. For me the big thing was the Movement-the left in general and especially the Women's Movement.

Jeff

My parents put some canned goods in the basement and said that was our fall-out shelter. There we were between Ozzie and Harriet and atom bombs. No wonder so many of us decided to live for the moment.

We used to admonish each other to "Keep the faith." What did we mean? I'm not sure we really meant anything; maybe we just liked the way it sounded. But looking back on it, I guess it's how we expressed the vague hope that life would get better and freer and more okay for more and more people. I guess that's still what we want.

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The characters In this book lived together in the early 1970s on a small farm in the Massachusetts Berkshires. The differing reasons they spent part of their young adulthoods in the rural town of Dutton illustrate the fact that the counterculture was not one thing, but many. The Grove of Hollow Trees is the story of their experience while they were at North Road Farm and their perceptions as they reflected, forty years later.

Elaine

The Resistance, the Movement, that was first and foremost to me. As for sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll-of course I liked all that like everybody else. Back-to-the-earth, environmentalism, Eastern religion, group process-all part of the cultural tidal wave. For me the big thing was the Movement-the left in general and especially the Women's Movement.

Jeff

My parents put some canned goods in the basement and said that was our fall-out shelter. There we were between Ozzie and Harriet and atom bombs. No wonder so many of us decided to live for the moment.

We used to admonish each other to "Keep the faith." What did we mean? I'm not sure we really meant anything; maybe we just liked the way it sounded. But looking back on it, I guess it's how we expressed the vague hope that life would get better and freer and more okay for more and more people. I guess that's still what we want.

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