Bohemianism

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76. Bohemianism

  1. Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, The Gertrude Steins memoir of Paris Bohemia. [Am. Lit.: Stein The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas in Benét, 66]
  2. Bloomsbury section of London where, in the first half of the 20th century, a group of artists and intellectuals frequently congregated. [Br. Culture: Benét, 115]
  3. Greenwich Village area of southern Manhattan long identified with artists and writers. [Am. Culture: Misc.]
  4. Haight-Ashbury neighborhood in San Francisco associated with beatnicks and flower people in the 1960s. [Am. Culture: Misc.]
  5. Latin Quarter section of Paris on left bank of the Seine; home of students, artists, and writers. [Fr. Culture: EB, VI: 7172]
  6. Olenska, Countess Ellen often considers divorce; likes unacceptable people. [Am. Lit.: The Age of Innocence ]
  7. SoHo bohemian neighborhood So(uth of) Ho(uston Street), New York City. [Am. Culture: Misc.]