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Sleeping Where I Fall: A Chronicle
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Hardcover
With Kipling | from Not Applicable (December 1, 1941); titled "The Collected Works of Rudyard Kipling: The Jungle Books/Volume 11 of a 28 Volume Set Isbn 0404037402"
Paperback
Book cover for 9781582434964 Book cover for 9781619025608
 
3 edition from Counterpoint (April 14, 2015)
9781619025608 | details & prices | 383 pages | 6.00 × 9.00 × 1.25 in. | 1.04 lbs | List price $18.95
This edition also contains Sleeping Where I Fall: A Chronicle
About: In his energetic, funny, and intelligent memoir, Peter Coyote relives his fifteen-year ride through the heart of the counterculture—a journey that took him from the quiet rooms of privilege as the son of an East Coast stockbroker to the riotous life of political street theater and the self-imposed poverty of the West Coast communal movement known as The Diggers.
from Counterpoint (July 1, 2009)
9781582434964 | details & prices | 383 pages | 6.00 × 9.00 × 1.25 in. | 1.25 lbs | List price $22.95
About: In his energetic, funny, and intelligent memoir, Peter Coyote relives his fifteen-year ride through the heart of the counterculture—a journey that took him from the quiet rooms of privilege as the son of an East Coast stockbroker to the riotous life of political street theater and the self-imposed poverty of the West Coast communal movement known as The Diggers.
CD/Spoken Word
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Mp3 una edition from Audible Studios on Brilliance audio (July 19, 2016)
9781511316989 | details & prices | List price $14.99
This edition also contains Sleeping Where I Fall: A Chronicle
About: In his energetic, funny, and intelligent memoir, Peter Coyote relives his fifteen-year ride through the heart of the counterculture—a journey that took him from the quiet rooms of privilege as the son of an East Coast stockbroker to the riotous life of political street theater and the self-imposed poverty of the West Coast communal movement known as The Diggers.