The DARK SIDE OF BOHEMIA centers on the young beautiful poet Nora May French. Blessed with a lyrical style and incisive wit, Nora charmed the likes of Jack London, George Sterling, Mary Austin and many others in the West Coast's bohemian community at the turn of the 20th century. There was a dark side to Nora and many of her compatriots, however.
The DARK SIDE OF BOHEMIA explores her blossoming talent and turbulent love affairs. There have been many speculations since 1907 concerning the reason for Nora's suicide. I believe I have discovered the ultimate reason she chose death over life just as she was on the verge of becoming famous. And the key to this is one critical letter penned by Nora's own hand. The DARK SIDE OF BOHEMIA not only details her life and tragic death, but also the world of arts and letters she inhabited on America's "Wilder Shore."
|Publisher:||Robert Scott TCW|
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