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The Fitzrovians By Hugh David

The Fitzrovians
by Hugh David

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An account of the Fitzrovians, a group of talented writers who made up London's Bohemia, often seen as the poor relations of the Bloomsbury Group. People such as Augustus John, Walter Sickert and W.B.Yeats flouted propriety and established a network of studios, clubs and restaurants.
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The Fitzrovians: Portrait of Bohemian London, 1900-55 by Hugh David

An account of the Fitzrovians, a group of talented writers who made up London's Bohemia, often seen as the poor relations of the Bloomsbury Group. People such as Augustus John, Walter Sickert and W.B.Yeats flouted propriety and established a network of studios, clubs and restaurants. Prominent members of society were attracted to the group during the 1920s, and the movement was at its peak during the years before World War Two, when a dozen or so pubs became known as Fitzrovia. Literary and artistic figures involved included Michael Arlen, Julian Maclaren-Ross, Dylan Thomas and Nina Hamnet. Hugh David contributes to "History Today", "The Times Educational Supplement", "Encounter" and "The London Evening Standard".

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GOR001675427
The Fitzrovians: Portrait of Bohemian London, 1900-55 by Hugh David
Hugh David
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
1989-09-01
288
0340502479
9780340502471
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