Bohemian Manifesto: A Field Guide to Living on the Edge

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Bohemian Manifesto: A Field Guide to Living on the Edge

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By Laren  Stover and Paul Gregory  Himmelein

Illustrated by Izak

Bohemian (noun) – a person who lives and acts free of regard for conventional rules and practices.

The Bohemian Manifesto: A Field Guide To Living On The Edge unabashedly celebrates the free-spirited, uninhibited joie-de-vivre of those who dare to live life out loud. Lifelong bohemian Laren Stover joyfully details the quirks, habits, and styles of these practitioners of a culture all its own.

The bohemian movement, with its passion for living and disdain for conformity, dates back to the 19th Century. This book is the ultimate go-to guide for any and all information on the history, the glamour, and the culture of the bohemian – including a breakdown of the five main types:

· The Nouveau Bohemian
· The Gypsy Bohemian
· The Beat Bohemian
· The Zen Bohemian
· The Dandy Bohemian


Laren Stover packs this delightful guide with quotes and letters from famous bohemian figures from history, and gives indispensable tips on successfully co-existing with any you may encounter in your daily life. To read it is to love it.

Page Count: 288

ISBN: 9781626545014 (Hardcover)


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