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Author / Zanna Jezek
Arthur-Rimbaud
Illuminations is a collection of poems written by Arthur Rimbaud between the years 1873 and 1875. The majority of the poems which compose this collection were written during Rimbaud’s stay in the United Kingdom. It is a compelling read filled with vivid imagination and profound clarity. The translator, John Ashberry, writes in the preface, “What are...
Jacques-Brel-Tres-Bohemes
Jacques Brel was a Belgian singer and songwriter who initially gained a following in Belgium and France for his theatrical, poetic songs, later becoming known throughout the world. Born in Brussels, he later moved to Paris in order to further his musical career. He is known for his thoughtful lyrics and passionate singing style. Many of...
7th-Avenue-Night-Jeremy-Mann-Tres-Bohemes
Jeremy Mann is an artist based in San Francisco, Ca. He paints on medium and large scale wood panels with oil paints. His striking oil paintings depict iconic cities such as New York and San Francisco in a confident and authentic manner. His works portray the essence of the modern city, at times they are...
A-List-of-Beautiful-Words-Cover-Tres-Bohemes
Fleeting – Passing quickly Dawn – The first appearance of light in the sky before sunrise Savor – To enjoy something completely Tender – Delicate, soft, or gentle Fortune – Chance or luck as an external, arbitrary force affecting human affairs Kiss – Touch with the lips as a sign of love Fluency – The...
American-Lady-Caroline-de-Margerie-Book-Review-Tres-Bohemes
American Lady is a fascinating book about Susan Mary Alsop, a very active and interesting figure, who entertained notorious figures such as Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, and Christian Dior. More than a biography, this book also paints a clear picture of life in post war Paris and Georgetown. Though at times a bit tedious,...
The-Castle-Franz-Kafka-Book-Review-Tres-Bohemes
The Castle is a novel by Franz Kafka which explores psychological themes such as separation, loneliness, and discontent caused by isolation in a bureaucratic government. It follows one individuals struggle to gain access to the remote officials who govern a village from the safety of an inaccessible castle. It is a book brimming with darkness...
Are-Busy-People-Happier-Tres-Bohemes
A study by Psychological Science suggests that people who have something to do, even if the task itself is meaningless, are happier than those who remain idle. Boredom is an an unpleasant feeling which most people try to avoid. It can make you feel tired, restless, and downright depressed. Staying busy not only saves you...