Author: Richard Miller
Publisher: Burnham Inc Pub
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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

Bohemia In History

Author: Mikulas Teich
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521431552
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This original collection offers an account of key moments and themes in the history of the Czech lands from the time of the rise of the Premyslide dynasty in the ninth century to the fall of socialism in 1989.

In Bohemia

Author: John Boyle O'Reilly
Publisher: Blakiston Press
ISBN: 1445579936
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We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.


Author: Michael Thoele
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Ivan Collins, whose meticulous work is housed at the Oregon Historical Society, built these stagecoaches, farm wagons, hearses, and other vehicles to one-eighth scale.

The Coasts Of Bohemia

Author: Derek Sayer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691050522
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"This is a beautifully written cultural history of the Czech people. There is no comparable work available in English, and certainly not one of such sensitivity and breadth."--Andrew Lass, Mount Holyoke College

Berkeley Bohemia

Author: Shelley Rideout
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 9781423609056
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Berkeley Bohemia highlights the contributions of the eccentric residents of one of America's centers of cultural innovation, during a critical period in the development of the country's radical thought.


Author: Herbert Gold
Publisher: Touchstone Books
ISBN: 9780671886080
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The author looks back at bohemian life in the 1950s, discusses bohemian meccas all over the world--from Paris, to San Francisco, to Tel Aviv--describes such personalities as Burroughs and Ginsberg, and recounts anecdotes of the period

Bohemia In America 1858 1920

Author: Joanna Levin
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804772549
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1 The “Vault at Pfaff's”: Whitman, Bohemia, and the Saturday Press The
Bohemian cannot be called a useful member of society, and it is not an
encouraging sign for us that the tribe has become so numerous among us as to
form a distinct and recognizable class who do not object to being called by that
name. New York Times, January 6, 1858 Bohemia is a fairy land upon the hard
earth. It is Arcadia in New York or London, in Paris or Rome. Hereabouts you
may find it in painters' ...