THE STREET IS THEIR HOME, the Hobos' Manifesto

By: Jim Ward

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Quartet Books, Melbourne - first edition, 1979. hardcover, 8.75" x 5.5", & dust jacket. 'Hobo' is used instead of homeless man, tramp, swaggie, no-hoper, stiff, wino, derro & bum because it is neither derogatory nor patronising. VERY GOOD book in a VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. SIGNED BY AUTHOR on Title Page: 'I hope it offers up some valid alternatives, Jim'. Light-blue cloth-bound boards with white type to spine. Drawn from author's own life as a hobo in Australia, USA, Canada & UK; examines our prejudices concerning hobos.

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