Auteur: Buhle, Paul & Berger, David
Sub titel: A Graphic History
Beautiful, sweeping graphic story of America's sexual, political, artistic rebels, from Shakers to hipsters The countercultures that came to define bohemia spanned the Atlantic, encompassing Walt Whitman's Brooklyn and the Folies Bergère of Josephine Baker, Gertrude Stein's salons and the Manhattan clubs where Dizzy Gillespie made his name. Edited by Paul Buhle and David Berger, Bohemians is the graphic history of this movement and its illustrious figures. The stories collected here revisit the utopian ideas behind millennial communities, the rise of Greenwich Village and Harlem, the multiracial and radical jazz and dance worlds, and the West Coast, Southern, and Midwest bohemias of America, among other radical scenes.
2014, 176 pag., Euro 13,4
Verso, London, ISBN 9781781682616
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