This book is a five-year ethnographic study of the lesbian culture
built at the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival. The study explores
the construction of an Amazon consciousness and its manifestation
in symbol, myth, and ritual performance at the Festival. It also
explores the ways womyn build homes, families, and sacred
traditions during the Festival.
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Laurie J. Kendall
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