Bohemianism

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  • The American Bohemian Movement

    This historical study will define the urban development of the New Woman and the feminist ideology of the American Bohemian Movement in late 19th century Victorian culture. The urban space provided women with a new way to countermand the patriarchal values of Victorian culture, which had severely limited the rights and social place of women in society. The New Woman of the 1890s was the result of the increasing presence of European Bohemianism, which had been developing in the U.S. since the mid 19th century. Various women in urban spaces began to become more independent of male dominance by advocating financial independence, independent living quarters, and by having sexual activity outside of marriage. These examples of womanhood in the late…

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  • Bohemiaism And Counterculture Analysis

    The Negativeness of Culture and Counterculture in the Sixties: Conventionalism vs. Bohemianism in Didion and Shepard’s Ideology The 1960s is a period when new cultural forms arise; it is a time when the traditional roles of women were reevaluated; it is “an era in which the ego ran wild, and the young had a craving for altered states.” As many young people were dissatisfied with the conventionalism — the mainstream American culture after post-World War II, the counterculture emerged in the…

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  • Events Of The Hippie Movement

    The hippie movement was the common title Americans used to define the out casted individuals and their actions that began to take place in the early 1960s and continued on through the 1970s. The movement started as vocal opposition to the United States taking part in the Vietnam War. Soon after, this generation ultimately transformed into a liberal counterculture. A counterculture is a subculture that has values and behavioral norms that are substantially different from those of the mainstream…

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  • Analysis Of The Musical Rent

    April 29th 1996, Broadway’s Nederland theatre is sold out to capacity and the audience is gritting their teeth with excitement, but an overture is nowhere to be heard, the curtains are missing and the haphazardly placed lighting rigs have not yet dimmed. All at once, the stage erupts with cast members running in-between and out of the industrial themed set, a strum of a guitar is heard and a critically acclaimed overnight sensation is born in the image of Jonathon Larson. Adapted from the…

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  • 1984 Comparative Analysis

    The economic machine bent to its work, producing on an instant what any manual labor could not achieve. There was apprehension, of course; the work mills were “dark and satanic”, and the people themselves were reduced into a moral crudity (that is, from a moralistic philosophy). Bohemianism came out of the earliest need for escapism in the industrial world, something to which the doctrines of middle and latter philosophers can partly be ascribed. The Bohemians were mostly vagrant artists and the…

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  • Benefits Of Mindfulness

    and other mindfulness techniques as part of its health plans -- proof that mindfulness has gone mainstream. For a few years now, tech giants like Google, have been providing internal courses for employees called “search inside yourself” -- a term that may have seemed over-the-top hippie less than a decade ago. EBay has meditation rooms, and Twitter co-founder Evan Williams has introduced regular meditation sessions in his new venture, the Obvious Corporation, a startup incubator and investment…

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  • Fond Of What He's Trapping On Summary

    was a top priority. Atlee in As it Happened wrote: The Labor years Party came to power with a well defined policy worked out over many years. It has been set out very clearly in our Election Manifesto and we are determined to carry it out its ultimate objective was creation of a society based on social justice, and, in our view, this could only be attained by bringing under public ownership and control the main factors in the economic …

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  • Summary Of The Novel Istanbul: Memories And The City By Orhan Pamuk

    half centuries of Ottoman rule and the rise, in 1923, of the Turkish state. For generations of western artists and other travelers in the 19th and 20th centuries, Istanbul was seen as the heart of the great, mysterious Orient, a highly romantic and largely imagined land of crumbling ruins that are falling apart, impossibly grand mosks, smoky bazaars, gypsies, harems, belly dancers and dark cafes full of men in fezzes smoking languorously on water pipes. They are all still here, expect for…

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