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conduct characteristic of a bohemian

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Miller's Bohemianism was such that he became something of an icon for others in the San Francisco art scene--and beyond.
Occupying a small place in the raucous Pfaff's, perhaps meeting Fred Vaughan, the inspiration for his "Calamus" poems, there, Whitman personifies nineteenth-century bohemianism.
These natural processions of people have never really included the affluent rebellious youth, these Dash Snow types who inherited industrial fortunes from the hard work of a long line of family members, just at the same time as he/she genetically exemplified a rebellious streak and absolute need for bohemianism.
The Right Side of History" begins with the turn-of-the-century bohemianism of Isadora Duncan and the 1924 establishment of the nation's first gay group, the Society for Human Rights.
And though he himself was at this stage of his career much taken with French culture and life, he distinguished between that kind of engagement and the superficial bohemianism of the many Americans then resident in Paris.
Malvinni teases out the intricate layers that weave through a topic steeped in bohemianism, the counterculture movement of the 1960s, and American vernacular musics.
The answer is a medical doctor and his extraordinary family, and an unlikely outburst of bohemianism in this most grounded of locations.
Something about that brief stint in Whitman's life--he was immersed in New York bohemianism for less than two years, in 1859 to 1860--is appealing to us in the twenty-first century.
Her topics are Bombay bohemianism and cosmopolitanism; issues of bilingualism and translation, orality, and reinvention; recording and defamiliarizing the ordinary; recycling and transfiguring the world; life turned upside down; reclaiming history, multivocality, and foreignness; and the trope of outsidedness and the poet as stranger.
On the variable, adventurousness (H), pretension(L), bohemianism (M), shrewdness (N), self-sufficiency(Q2), and tenseness (Q4) also, there was no such significant difference could note with that of sports man group and non sports man group.
The novel mingles elements of ancient lore, folk medicine, magic and 1960s bohemianism.
We aren't going to promote smokefests, bohemianism, all this stuff they try to pass off as innocuous when it isn't.
In the following chapter Sell demonstrates this notion with a comparison of the "gypsies" and bohemianism.
Jeff adds: "At around the same time as Dylan was being somewhat ravished by the excesses of the Surrealists and with canoodling with crazy Emily, he had, more literally, been utterly ravished by his encounter with another new woman who, in effect, was to become last and final tutor in the mores of bohemianism, and she was also to introduce him into a trio of families which were to provide him with a bohemian finishing school par excellence.
Bohemianism and Australia at first glance may sound like a highly unlikely match--almost like fire and water--in this Great Southern Land of Sameness.