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Author Murger, Henri
Title The Bohemians of the Latin Quarter
Imprint Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004
©2004
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Descript 1 online resource (428 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Preface -- I. How the Brotherhood Came Together -- II. A Messenger of Providence -- III. Lenten Loves -- IV. Ali Rodolphe, or, the Involuntary Turk -- V. Charlemagne's Crown-Piece -- VI. Mademoiselle Musette -- VII. Floods of Pactolus -- VIII. What A Crown-Piece Costs -- IX. Polar Violets -- X. The Cape of Storms -- XI. A Café in Bohemia -- XII. A Reception in Bohemia -- XIII. The House-Warming -- XIV. Mademoiselle Mimi -- XV. Donec Gratus -- XVI. "The Passage of the Red Sea -- XVII. The Toilette of the Graces -- XVIII. Francine's Muff -- XIX. Musette's Whims -- XX. Mimi has Feathers -- XXI. Romeo and Juliet -- XXII. Epilogue to the Loves of Rodolphe and Mademoiselle Mimi -- XXIII. Youth Comes but Once
Known chiefly as the basis for Puccini's great opera "La Bohème," and resurrected more recently as the musical "Rent," The Bohemians of the Latin Quarter is one of the most culturally influential French novels of the nineteenth century
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Murger, Henri The Bohemians of the Latin Quarter Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press,c2004 9780812218848
Subject Intellectuals -- France -- Paris -- Fiction.;Paris (France) -- Intellectual life -- 19th century -- Fiction
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