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This distinction is important because bohemianism always already defines itself in opposition to another class, group, or class ethos.
New York's pre-WWII history is also colored with the intellectual traditions of the Harlem Renaissance, West Village bohemianism, Leftist and labor radicalism, all of which fashioned interracial social relations that issued powerful indictments against America's Jim Crow color line.
Celikkol also intriguingly suggests that as a musician Tristram is modeled on the stereotypic foreign musician given to avant-garde bohemianism and unEnglish sensuality.
With neither the party atmosphere of Fort Lauderdale nor the raucous bohemianism of Key West, gay life in Sarasota impresses with its affluence, style, and--above all--discretion.
Byron becomes the icon of bohemianism, and the sympathetic vampire follows that pattern, with "images of glamorous outsiderdom, morose fatalism, social and artistic rebellion, and [.
many Bohemianism, and even furiant dance variations appear in his work .
The major themes of his fiction include bohemianism, suburbia, the Beat and Hippie generations, and rogue manhood.
The '60s counterculture had its roots in the '50s--specifically, in Beat bohemianism and the larger youth culture of adolescent rebellion.
These days, Silver Lake and Echo Park still feel artsy, lefty, and sexually diverse, but with the average home price hovering near a half million dollars, that bohemianism rings a hollow note.
Ferry ends this section of the book by visualizing the sorts of lives possible on this basis, and visits daily life as presented by the Dutch artists of the 17th century, bohemianism as invented in the 19th, the life of the modern capitalist, where the will is most obviously its own object in a quest for ever greater consolidation of ways and means un-tethered to ends, and last, the life without illusions, where we achieve the lucidity of a depth-psychological knowledge of ourselves.
Why did Pound, the ornament, the ne plus ultra, of bohemianism, write a short treatise on the dismal science?