Queen of Bohemia

Queen of Bohemia

The Life of Louise Bryant

Book - 1996
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The wife of radical journalist John Reed, Louise Bryant was a pioneering reporter and shrewd social activist, a committed feminist and champion of sexual freedom. Bryant's stormy life is the enthralling story of one woman's struggle to live by her convictions. Queen of Bohemia connects a brave and beguiling woman to an era of stunning transformations.

Baker & Taylor
A groundbreaking, comprehensive chronicle of the fascinating and stormy life of social activist Louise Bryant, best known as the wife of radical journalist John Reed, captures the idealism and courage of a nonconforming pioneer of journalism and her tumultuous time.

Blackwell North Amer
In this dazzling comprehensive biography of Louise Bryant, Mary V. Dearborn connects a constitutionally unconventional woman to an era of stunning transformations. Known to many as the wife of the radical journalist John Reed, Bryant was a pioneering foreign correspondent in her own right, a fervent crusader for social causes, and an unabashed champion of sexual freedom. Queen of Bohemia finally sets the record straight, bringing to exhilarating life the motivations and passions behind one of the century's most endearing radicals.

& Taylor

Describes the life of the radical turn-of-the-century journalist, including her reporting on the Bolshevik Revolution and the Paris subculture

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1996.
ISBN: 9780395683965
Branch Call Number: 920 BRYANT, L.
Characteristics: xiii, 365 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.


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