Bohemianism


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Whitman, of course, provides an ideal link between nineteenth-century bohemianism and many renowned twentieth-century writers.
These places are for a reined bohemianism, not the materialistic depletive of all things springbreaker, but the quality one, the pacesetter for a hard day's night.
Commentary on improvisation brings up complex issues involved with non-notated music, and Malvinni attempts to find a compromise between analyzing transcriptions of performances and the phenomenology behind the Dead's style; because the Dead's work is steeped in their interactions with psychedelic drugs and bohemianism, Malvinni would have been remiss if he only focused on specific performance transcriptions.
Stephanie Blalock's book, "Go to Pfaff's": The History of a Restaurant and Lager Beer Saloon contributes to the body of scholarship on bohemianism by fleshing out the specifics of Charles Ignatius Pfaff and the beer hall that served as the bohemians' home base.
Take, for example, the topsyturvy involvement with nationalism: for the most part, bohemianism in Australia was obsessed with the opposition of province and metropolis, continually recycling a rite-of-passage motif in which young people leave rural or suburban backwaters for the city, provincial cities for Melbourne and Sydney, and the Antipodes for the centres of metropolitan culture--London, Paris or New York.
Indeed, its simplicity and ruggedness can feel slightly staged; the bohemianism and hipster touches may be repellent to some.
Maybe she's just "the lapsed-Catholic kind of bohemian," she says with a rueful grin, "that has to experience bohemianism with, like, a little bit of guilt
Any pretense of urban grit or bohemianism has been jettisoned as groups install themselves on meticulously arranged terraces outside buildings where the smell of newly installed drywall is still discernable above the scents of top-shelf spirits.
Often more bureaucratic than suggestive of bohemianism, all transfers were firmly contingent on profit motive.
Burroughs and inspired him with his own brand of Emersonian bohemianism, which he dubbed "The New Vision.
In every way, he was the embodiment of 1950's literary Bohemianism.
As you tour the elevated bohemianism of the Left Bank to the trendy Marais and edgier Belleville, you'll discover the cosmopolitan melting pot that influences Paris design trends.