HENRI MURGER'S BOHEMIANS OF THE LATIN QUARTER


Bohemians of the Latin Quarter was originally produced as a play in 1849 and first appeared in book form in 1851.

This translation of Henri Murger's Scenes De La Boheme comes from the 1888 version published by Vizetelly & Co. in London. It is no longer under copyright protection and thus can be freely printed here.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Murger And His Work

Preface

Chapter I, How The Bohemian Club Was Formed

Chapter II, A Good Angel

Chapter III, Lenten Loves

Chapter IV, All Rodolphe; Or, The Turk Perforce

Chapter V, The Carlovingian Coin

Chapter VI, Mademoiselle Musette

Chapter VII, The Billows of Pactolus

Chapter VIII, The Cost Of a Five Franc Piece

Chapter IX, The White Violets

Chapter X, The Cape of Storms

Chapter XI, A Bohemian Cafe

Chapter XII, A Bohemian "At Home"

Chapter XIII, The House Warming

Chapter XIV, Mademoiselle Mimi

Chapter XV, Donec Gratus

Chapter XVI, The Passage of the Red Sea

Chapter XVII, The Toilette of the Graces

Chapter XVIII, Francine's Muff

Chapter XIX, Musette's Fancies

Chapter XX, Mimi in Fine Feather

Chapter XXI, Romeo and Juliet

Chapter XXII, Epilogue To The Loves Of Rodolphe And Mademoiselle Mimi

Chapter XXIII, Youth Is Fleeting






THE BOHEMIANS

OF

THE LATIN QUARTER

(SCÈNES DE LA VIE DE BOHÊME)


By HENRI MURGER


ILLUSTRATED WITH 10 ETCHINGS FROM DESIGNS BY MONTADER


LONDON

VIZETELLY & CO.,  16, HENRIETTA STREET,
COVENT GARDEN
1888


Title Page Illustration


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