Among The Bohemians
Experiments In Living
written by Virginia Nicholson
Penguin Books Ltd | ISBN 9780140289787
Paperback – 400 pages
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Between the end of the Victorian age and the start of the Second World War, a generation of writers and artists refashioned their lives according to a set of ideals. Questioning almost every aspect of daily living, they sacrificed luxury for liberty, showed contempt for convention and became pioneers of a domestic revolution.
In this book, Virginia Nicholson explores the astonishing world they created - and its consequences both for the Bohemians and for ourselves.
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