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Fences and Freedom The Philosophy of Hedgelaying

By: Marius de Geus and Thomas van Slobbe
128 pages, Illus
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  • Fences and Freedom ISBN: 9789057270475 Hardback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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During the past century there has been growing concern at the large-scale loss of hedgerows from the European countryside. This book encourages readers to explore the philosophy of hedgelaying, which challenges many common societal assumptions on general lifestyles, attitudes towards nature and culture, and landscape change in general.

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By: Marius de Geus and Thomas van Slobbe
128 pages, Illus
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