Bohemia: the protoculture then and now

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Nelson-Hall, 1977 - History - 376 pages
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Locates the roots of the bohemian tradition in the early nineteenth century and traces the course and assesses the significance of its mutation into the protoculture

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User Review  - bkinetic - LibraryThing

This book has some interesting ideas, particularly that Bohemian aesthetic values can and should become a the basis of a positive cultural transformation. However the author's language is overly ... Read full review

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A rare gem. To quote a blurb by Joan Baez "well researched and well-written history of the artist as a societal mover from 1760 to the 1970's." How could a book not be fun with chapters on the Paris ... Read full review

Contents

Progress and Poverty 18151914
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Part TwoTHE FIRST BOHEMIA
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Victor Hugos Romantic Army 1830 IS 3 The First Bohemians 1830183329
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