Christiania Bohemians


Christiania Bohemians
   The most radical of Scandinavia's writers in the 19th century, the Christiania bohemians advocated free love and an end to injustice. The group was centered in the city of Christiania (now Oslo), Norway.
   See also Garborg, Arne.

Historical Dictionary of Scandinavian Literature and Theater. . 2006.

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