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Garrets and pretenders : Bohemian life in America from Poe to Kerouac

Author: Albert Parry
Publisher: Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Dover edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Albert Parry
ISBN: 9780486486055 0486486052
OCLC Number: 721884760
Description: xxxiv, 422 pages : illustrations, map ; 22 cm
Contents: I The Lone One 8 --
II The Rise of the Queen of Bohemia 14 --
III The Fall of the Queen of Bohemia 26 --
IV Walt at Pfaff's-and the King of Bohemia 38 --
V Death of the First Bohemia 49 --
VI Polyglot Laughter 62 --
VII The Yiddish Note 76 --
VIII Mushrooms After Rain 87 --
IX Trilby's Foot 99 --
X Our Sinful Abroad 110 --
XI The Yellow Book, and More About Expatriates 124 --
XII Confused Souls in Boston 138 --
XIII Hushed Murgeria in Philadelphia 151 --
XIV Gentle Thunder in the South 163 --
XV Attics Come Mid-West 175 --
XVI Young Giants in Chicago 187 --
XVII The Dill Pickle and the End of Chicago 200 --
XVIII West Coasts of Bohemia 212 --
XIX Sun in Wine: California Continued 226 --
XX Lovely Chaos in Carmel and Taos 242 --
XXI Stables into Studios: Greenwich Village 255 --
XXII The Republic of Washington Square 267 --
XXIII Fat Lasses for the Masses 281 --
XXIV As to the Greatness of Their Art 295 --
XXV You Can Be Crazy 805 --
XXVI Playboys Escaping 816 --
XXVII Pound's Era 829 --
XXVIII And Now 846 --
Addenda to the 1933 Edition 359 --
XXIX Greenwich Village Revisited: 1948 364 --
XXX Enter Beatniks: The Bohème of 1960 / Harry T. Moore Moore, Harry T. 376.
Responsibility: Albert Parry ; with a new introduction by Paul Buhle.
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